Okay, so, defining the current to be traveling in a clockwise direction:
LEFT LOOP:
E1-i1R1-(i2)R2-E2-i1ri=0
RIGHT LOOP:
-E3-i3R1+E2-(i2)R2-i3R1=0
I feel like a third variable is necessary. Because the R1's on either side aren't equal.
THere is one current going through the left...
Wouldn't you have three unknowns? The current through R2, the current through R1 in the left loop, and the current through R1 in the right loop? That's what's been confusing me.
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