# Need help with superposition

#### Rami94

Joined Jan 26, 2014
1

Can someone please give me a step by step solution

I dont understand how the current Ix = 660mA

Its a simple practice but i just cant get it right

#### LvW

Joined Jun 13, 2013
1,773
Rami, are you familiar with the principle of superposition? Can you describe the steps with words?

#### WBahn

Joined Mar 31, 2012
30,301

Can someone please give me a step by step solution

I dont understand how the current Ix = 660mA

Its a simple practice but i just cant get it right
We can't help you figure out what you aren't doing right until you show us what you are doing.

Show your work, as best you can and as far as you can, and we will help you identify where you are going astray and try to guide you back to a valid path.

As LvW says, a good place to start is by describing what the basic concepts are behind superposition and how those are applied to circuit analysis.

#### Seddie777

Joined Jan 28, 2014
8

#### shteii01

Joined Feb 19, 2010
4,644
Great idea! I doubt many here take advantage of the great examples and explanations this very site offers. Most take it to other places on the web when they barely have to look at all.
Many of us have our textbooks from school.

#### Engr Mick

Joined Jan 29, 2014
11
I Think Super position , Norton & Thevenin's Theorem already posted to Allaboutcircuit.com...Please take a review... Thanks