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Asked Nov 15, 2019

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How do I go about solving this problem?

To solve thus problem, I know there needs to be 5 equations prior and the currents should be negative, but the three loops keep confusing me. I'm not sure how to progress with this and would appreciate some guidance. Thanks.

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Step 1

Using junction rule

At node A

Step 2

At node B

Step 3

Using KVL

In lo...

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