At the risk of repeating myself... what is the relationship between Vb, I1, and your R123 equivalent resistor?I don't follow. What specifically will get me the last equation I need to solve this?
I see where you are getting at. using OHMs law for Vb, R123 and I1 we can get another independent equation.At the risk of repeating myself... what is the relationship between Vb, I2, and your R123 equivalent resistor?
Don't you mean "what is the relationship between Vb,I1, and your R123 equivalent?"At the risk of repeating myself... what is the relationship between Vb, I2, and your R123 equivalent resistor?
What you've done is almost a solution by branch currents. Do you know the supermesh technique?I don't follow. What specifically will get me the last equation I need to solve this?
Yep. Thanks for pointing out the typo. I'll fix it.Don't you mean "what is the relationship between Vb,I1, and your R123 equivalent?"
The TS seems to have picked up on that.
My impression is that they are just covering KCL/KCL and applying them to branches and loops. My guess is that they'll be hitting mesh and nodal analysis pretty soon, depending on when they cover superposition.What you've done is almost a solution by branch currents. Do you know the supermesh technique?