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What's confusing about the circuit? If it makes it more familiar, redraw it with the two voltage sources shown explicitly and all the grounds connected by wires.
Beyond that, YOU need to show YOUR best attempt to solve the problem -- we'll provide feedback and point out where you are going wrong.
This is particularly important on this one because your exam is coming up -- you won't be able to ask someone on the internet how to work an exam problem that you don't quite understand. So treat this just like an exam problem and answer it to the same degree that you would an exam question. You will learn a lot more that way.
Trying to play schoolhouse lawyer is generally not a very wise thing to do on an exam.Hi Mr Al,
After the circuit is simplified superposition can be used. It will depend exactly how the question is worded as to weather my suggestion would be permissible.
Be sure to give him your cell number so that during his exam when he sees something that he doesn't know how to do he can give you a call to have you do it for him without him even having to make the attempt. I'm sure the exam proctor won't mind.The first thing you do is REDRAW the circuit so that you can actually understand what is going on there.
No. But a bit annoyed that, once again, you are violating the rules of this forum.Petty.
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