I'll evaluate your work only after you at least supply the proper units for the above.found it the load is 13.63, cs after i get R as 7.14 which is the total R i put it in parallel formula, with 1/15 and get RL as 150/11 which is 13.63, putting it back in the formula to plus check it works fine, am i right ?
You don't need to state what the units of r are in since variables carry their units so r has units of resistance. That sufficient.yes sir, so we have 12v*r/(10kohms+r) r also in kohms,
It's not so much that it is more reliable, or even that it is less work. It is that the point of this assignment is pretty clearly to demonstrate that you are able to both determine what the Thevenin equivalent circuit is and also that you can then use it to solve problems. If you do not actually use it to solve the problem, then you will probably not get full (or any) credit.you will still get 13.63, yeah i do understand what ur trying to say, ur method is more reliable, using Vth and Rth, Thank you !!
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