Question

Asked Oct 15, 2019

Step 1

Apply superposition principle to the given circuit.

**Step 1**: Open-circuit the current source 2 mA and find the node voltages.

The modified the given figure by open-circuiting the 2 mA current source as shown in Figure 1.

Step 2

Apply KCL to Figure 1 and write the following equations.

Step 3

**Step 2:**

Open-circuit the current source 10 mA and find the node voltages.

The modified figure ...

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