Hi, I am revising for an exam and I am having problems finding thevenin equivalent circuits when I am given a circuit with a single current source. I am usually fine at solving these type of questions when I'm given a voltage source. My lecturer did not go through any examples of how to solve these circuits, So i would greatly appreciate some advice on this.
My attempt at the problem so far:
I am able to find the Thevenin / Norton resistance by:
Open the current source, then Rth is given by (30+20+10)// 40 = 24 ohm
Now I am just stuck as to how I should find the Vth. I know the answer is 6v. Really appreciate some help with these type of problems . Thanks!
My attempt at the problem so far:
I am able to find the Thevenin / Norton resistance by:
Open the current source, then Rth is given by (30+20+10)// 40 = 24 ohm
Now I am just stuck as to how I should find the Vth. I know the answer is 6v. Really appreciate some help with these type of problems . Thanks!
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