Asked Feb 28, 2020

Find the current through each of the resistors in the circuit below. Give both the magnitude and direction of current flow. Give answers in form: "3.5Amps Right" or "2.25Amps Left" (note: spaces are important for the computer to give you credit.) Answer boxes are for current through resistors 3 Ohm, 6 Ohm, and 2 Ohm in that order.


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