I'm trying to find the voltage drop across the dependent current source.
When I apply KVL around the outer loop, I get:
Vdep -10i +10i = 0
This can't be right but I don't see how it's wrong. The current has to be going through the negative terminal of the 10ohm resistor on the top because of the current sources, making the voltage drop negative because it's going from a low to high voltage. This would also make the current through it negative from ohms law, how is this even possible?
I guess I'm really just not sure which direction the current is going in but how do you figure that out? Thank you.