For the circuit shown in the figure below, calculate the current I4 through the 1.94Ω resistor.
As shown, R1 = 4.05Ω, R2 = 8.11Ω, R3 = 6.17Ω, R4 = 1.94Ω, I1 = 2.97A and E1 = 12V
ƩI in a junction = ƩI out of a junction
ƩV in a loop = 0
The Attempt at a Solution
I1R1+I1R2 -E1 + I2R3 =0
I1 = I2 + I4
I4 =I1 - ((-(I1*R1) - I1R2 + E1)/R3)
I don't have many tries left, so I want to know if my analytical solution is correct, and if I've just been making my error plugging the numbers back in.