Not sure whether 4V is the thevenin's voltage for the load resistance.

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studyhard24

Joined Jun 20, 2022
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My approach:

We find Thevenin's resistance
Using the node analysis approach figure out Thevenin's voltage. And finally the current through the load resistance.
Am I doing it correctly?

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Any suggestion or advice is highly precious to me, thank you
 
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MrAl

Joined Jun 17, 2014
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View attachment 271135

My approach:

We find Thevenin's resistance
Using the node analysis approach figure out Thevenin's voltage. And finally the current through the load resistance.
Am I doing it correctly?

View attachment 271136

Any suggestion or advice is highly precious to me, thank you
Hello,

I checked your result and got this:
1.2631578947368 Amperes

That is close to yours and if you round to 3 digits you get 1.26 but if you take 4.36/3.45 you get 1.263768115942029 which is different than the result i got. The difference is probably from rounding, but you may want to check using more accuracy.
 
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