I am having problems with this circuit. The circuit has 3 nodes  v1,v2 and v3. Solve for the voltage across the 3 ohm resistor using nodal analysis. the 3 equations I get are as follows:
1) (v1v3)/62+(v1v2)/4+v1/0=0
2) (v2v1)/4+v2/0+(v2v3)/2=0
3) (v3v1)/6+2+(v3v2)/2+v3/3=0
This is obviously wrong. The 1st equation has v1/0 and the second equation has v2/0. How do I get rid of them?
Can somebody help with this please?
1) (v1v3)/62+(v1v2)/4+v1/0=0
2) (v2v1)/4+v2/0+(v2v3)/2=0
3) (v3v1)/6+2+(v3v2)/2+v3/3=0
This is obviously wrong. The 1st equation has v1/0 and the second equation has v2/0. How do I get rid of them?
Can somebody help with this please?
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