(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

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Find Vo

Vo = -50V (given answer by my prof)

2. Relevant equations

KVL

(Series) V=V1+V2

(Parallel) V=V1=V2

KCL

Current toward the node = Current Away from the node

V=IR

3. The attempt at a solution

i tried to solve for the i in the left ckt

i=(6v+0.004Vo)/2k <-- 6v is in series with 0.004Vo (i think)

by KCL at the right

25i - (Vo/40k) - (Vo/10k) = 0 <--- 40k and 10k is in parallel so Voltage would be equal

the substitute terms

25((6v+0.004Vo)/2k) - (Vo/40k) - (Vo/10k) = 0

Vo = 1kV <--- actually is not right XD

so there it is,, what did i miss?

Edit : (50v change to 6v)

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