Help Finding the thevenin and norton equivalents for circuit

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  1. xt3rmin8

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  2. The Electrician

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    In your second equation, you have -3mA; that shouldn't be there. The 3 mA source and its associated 2k resistor do nothing because they are connected across a voltage source (36V). If you delete the right hand branch (the current source and 2k resistor) you can then solve the rest of the circuit for parts A, B and C of the problem.
     
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  3. xt3rmin8

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    thanks it wasn't so bad after all
     
  4. MareBear

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    i had that same homework problem last week lol here is the solution to it.

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