Now assuming that is correct I multiply 150Ω by 37A to get 5550V. Then I take the 5550V and multiply that by 37A to get the power total of 205350W. After that I then placed the 37A on load 1, the combined load 2/3/4 & load 5 since they are now in series. I then solved for the remaining power and voltage on those loads and since they all have the same resistance value (50Ω) and amperage (37A) I came out with 1850V and 68450W, which when added up since I am following the series rules now I get the total voltage of 5550 and the total wattage of 205350.

So I am feeling pretty good about myself as I believe I have done everything correctly to this point, however as I look at my worksheet I become completely and utterly lost as to finding the individual values of voltage, amperage and wattage for load 2, load 3, and load 4. I have gone back over my notes from class and I am assuming I forgot to write something down or am just not getting it cause I can't figure out how to break the combined load 2/3/4 back down into it's separate parts. I have read through the book we're using and that doesn't seem to help either. Any help and instruction would be greatly appreciated.