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Use Ohm's law and Kirchhoff's current law to determine the current I1 in the circuit of Figure--
The Attempt at a Solution
So I'm trying to fully understand what is going on here..
Besides not getting where the voltage comes from without a voltage source; where is the 100volts? Its the drop over the equivalent resister Rp, I know that. So I guess there is 0 volt on the ground side (-?) of the current source and 100 volts on the opposite (+?) side.
I used 100 volt to find the current through R1, but its 100 volts through R2 also? How is it 100 volts through both?