Stupid of me, that's indeed my fault, thank you for helpingI do not see 2mA current source to be included in your nodal analysis?
Call it what you will, but it can be difficult to focus on too many details at the same time (such as writing a node equation for a complex circuit while trying to keep track of all that is in the node.) That is why my first step in nodal analysis is to color-code & label the nodes (and designate a ground node). But if a node already has a name (Vo) don't give it a new name (Vc). Also, I see that you are already structuring the node equations such that every voltage term in the node equation begins with the voltage of that node. Advance preparation eliminates the distractions that cause stupid errors.Stupid of me,
Thank you, I will try to apply the next timeCall it what you will, but it can be difficult to focus on too many details at the same time (such as writing a node equation for a complex circuit while trying to keep track of all that is in the node.) That is why my first step in nodal analysis is to color-code & label the nodes (and designate a ground node). But if a node already has a name (Vo) don't give it a new name (Vc). Also, I see that you are already structuring the node equations such that every voltage term in the node equation begins with the voltage of that node. Advance preparation eliminates the distractions that cause stupid errors.
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