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Nodal analysis primarily depends on the application of Kirchoff\'s Current Law (KCL) to various essential nodes.

A special type of nodal analysis is called supernode analysis. When two nodes are joined by a voltage source, then such condition is called supernode.

In this problem, the supernode analysis will be applicable.

Step 2

Supernode conception have been applied and accordingly it has been highlighted. Please refer to the attached diagram for details:

Step 3

Nodal equations have been construct...

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