Thankyou for your reply.In which part you have troubles? Please show us your attempt. Because this is your homework not ours.
This is the point that i get confused.Ok, so let's start with the Thevenin's first.
We treat 5 ohm resistor as a load so we remove this resistor from the circuit.
And we left with this
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All you need to do now is to solve for Vth voltage.
After you find Vth we need to find Rth for this circuit (I replace voltage source with a short circuit ).
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Please find equivalent resistance seen by looking into A-B terminals.
I have no idea if any of this is correct.Thevenin don't care about the method you use to find a solution for Vth. You can use any method you what/you know.
Sorry i was rushing and put the wrong number in the calculator.Why I2 is splits into I3 and I4 ? How can it be?
Also check your math. How can 1.92 * 0.54 equals 2.45??
And next time write your answer here on forum.
I thought that once i had the I2 current i then needed to split. Obviously not.But why you split I2 into two currents? And your problem is the lack of understanding the basic circuit analysis method.
If i start from the beginning againSimply use the Ohm's law and find Vth voltage.
Then do:Everything is ok so far
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