Im taking a course where I can take some quizzes for practice, and the current theme is operational amplifiers.

On of the questions is this circuit where I shall determine the current through the 6 ohms resistor. (see picture).

Our current knowledge is:

KCL

KVL

Ohms law

Voltage divider

Current divider

Nodal analysis

Mesh analysis

Superposistion

I am a little lost, and have tried a lot of different approachs, but without any luck. I think it is the dependent source which gives me problems. I know for a fact that the answer is 895 mA, but since it is a quiz there is no explanation..

If anyone have the time to help, it could be great! I would appreciate if you could explain the different steps, or maybe just give me some hints to how to determine the current through the 6 ohms resistor.

Thanks.