I have attached my work on another problem involving superposition. It involves a Is and Vs and is asking me to find Ir3. Help is much appreciated!
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You're correct again. I guess I'm going a little too fast calculating the answer on some of these problems. Thanks again!While calculating I (killing Vs) entering at B the resistance in the denominator should be the sum of total resistance.I think you have made a mistake there.
The answer is 1.6 mA and that is what I got when correcting the value of the denominator to 852.5 ohms when calculating for I entering pt. B.What is the answer given in the book?
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Below is the Millman's Theorem expression for the voltage across the 680 ohm resistor as well as the series combination of the 330 and the 470 ohm resistor.
\(\LARGE V_{\large x}\,=\,\frac{\frac{20}{220}\,+\,0.1}{\frac{1}{220}\,+\,\frac{1}{680}\ +\,(\frac{1}{330\,+\,470})}\)
To obtain the current in R3, all that is needed it to divide Vx by 800
\({\Large I}_{R3}\,=\,\frac{V_X}{800}\)
by Robert Keim
by Luke James