I've been stuck on this for a couple hours. I'm hoping somebody out there can give me a hand.

**Objective: Solve for v using Mesh Analysis method.**

Meth analysis goes like this:

1. Draw circuit in planar form (if possible.)

2. Identify meshes and name mesh currents. Mesh currents should be in the clockwise direction. The current in a branch shared by two meshes is the difference of the two mesh currents.

3. Write a KVL equation in terms of mesh currents for each mesh.

4. Solve the resulting system of equations.

I can't write KVL equations since there are no voltage sources, only current sources. So what I tried to do was this...

For the 4k resistor, the current through it is

i = 6mA - 4i

i = 6/5 mA

So the current in mesh 3 would be 4i = 24/5 mA = 4.8 mA. Using ohm's law, the voltage across the 8k resistor would be: v = 4.8 * 8 = 38.4 V. But that's wrong . The answer is -32 V. Help!