Been working with this all day and can't quite suss it out. Reduced it down as much as I could and was given the answer is Rt=10Ω. But... R2 is giving me headaches. Can't quite see what I'm missing...
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Neat trick! That I hope I can remember.This makes it very evident that R2 and R5 are shorted
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