## Circuits Question - Thevein & Norton Equivalents

Ya but isn't Rth 200 ohms and it's just two 100 ohm resistors in series with a 105 voltage source so I don't see how it gives me the correct answer it's still 105 volts across 200 ohms?

I guess I'm just seeing this wrong. Each 100 ohm resistor experiences .525 amperes which isn't I Norton either.

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 Quote by GreenPrint Ya but isn't Rth 200 ohms and it's just two 100 ohm resistors in series with a 105 voltage source so I don't see how it gives me the correct answer it's still 105 volts across 200 ohms? I guess I'm just seeing this wrong. Each 100 ohm resistor experiences .525 amperes which isn't I Norton either.
The two 100 Ω resistances are in parallel -- remember that you're to "look" at the circuit from the viewpoint of the A-B terminals. The Thevenin voltage is the voltage across that 100 Ω resistor sitting between the two terminals. The other 100 Ω resistance is in parallel with it from that perspective.