its better thanks for thatI took a quick look at your written work but I have to go do something for about an hour and had some trouble reading it. I fixed it up a bit so if someone else has the chance to help it might be easier. I’ll try to take a look when I get back.
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I don’t want to leave you hanging. The maths are not my strong suit and so I am having a very hard time with your solution. It’s extremely hard for me to follow your notes. There are people here who are much better in this area than I am and I am hoping someone will step up, or Eric when he Is available.its better thanks for that
I think thats not require master math skill just need to know where to use formula thats the problem thanks for ur interest ım very appreciete and when eric is online he probably help lets seeI don’t want to leave you hanging. The maths are not my strong suit and so I am having a very hard time with your solution. It’s extremely hard for me to follow your notes. There are people here who are much better in this area than I am and I am hoping someone will step up, or Eric when he Is available.
One does not need a formula to write node equations; what you need is a procedure. There are several possibilities for expressing the notion that the sum of currents at a node must equal zero, but I will describe the one that is easy (for me) to remember and any errors are easy to find.just need to know where to use formula thats the problem
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