Find the node voltages VA,VB, and VC; Remember the use of a ground is the poitn of reference for all node voltages. Hint the 10V source and adjacent nodes A and V form a common "supernode", write a governing equation for the supernode.
Pass1234, Va = 14, Vb = -12, Vc = 4, supernode ==> 10(I1-I2) + 40(I3-I2) = 10 I1 = 5, I2 = 2.4, I3 = 2 Ratch
Greetings Pass1234, How about posting your efforts at solving the problem so that we can see where you are hung up? hgmjr