1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The resistor R in the above figure has a resistance of 19.1 Ω. a. Find the current in the resistor R. b. Find the current in the 10-Ω resistor. 2. Relevant equations Kirchhoff's Laws (Junction Rule and Loop Rule) V=IR 3. The attempt at a solution I figured out part a (I got 0.2844 A) and got it right. I am not sure how to go about finding the current of the 10 Ohm resistor. I know current flows through the path of least resistance. I tried finding the voltage of the resistor R (because I have the current and the Resistance) and that's 5.43204 V and then using that same voltage (because for resistors in parallel, the voltage is the same) to figure out the current of the 10 Ohm resistor. (5.43204V/10Ohms=.543204 A) Which is the wrong answer. Someone please clarify where I need to go from the information that I already have.