"must both positive"

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  1. slidercrank

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    Volume I - DC
    Chapter 6: DIVIDER CIRCUITS AND KIRCHHOFF'S LAWS
    Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL)

    "The negative (-) sign on the value of 5 milliamps tells us that the current is exiting the node, as opposed to the 2 milliamp and 3 milliamp currents, which must both positive (and therefore entering the node)."



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    must both be positive
     
  2. Wendy

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  3. Dcrunkilton

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    Changed at ibiblio to:

    The negative (-) sign on the value of 5 milliamps tells us that the current is <italic>exiting</italic> the node, as opposed to the 2 milliamp and 3 milliamp currents, which must both be positive (and therefore <italic>entering</italic> the node).

    Credited to slidercrank in theContributor List at ibiblio.org.

    Thanks all for getting the errors out,

    Dennis
     
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