Yes, but it will be impossible to have Rth = RL = 20Ω in this case. Since any Rx resistor in parallel with 14Ω resistor will give you a lower equivalent resistance. Or maybe a negative resistance is allowed?So now I have to say Rth=RL and I will find Rx?
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