1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Picture of circuit is posted in the Screen Shot.1. Analysis: Both batteries are 5V. Find the values of R1 and R2 that will give an output voltage of 2.5, and a supply current of 1 mA. Then find the values that will give the correct output voltage with a supply current of 5 mA. 2. Relevant equations Ohm's Law Voltage Divider Vbatteries(Vbattery1 + Vbattery2) - V1 - V2 = 0 (KVL), I may be wrong, I'm not sure if Vout is part of the equation? V = IR V1 = I*R V2 = I*R V1 = V * R1/R1+R2 V2 = V * R2/R1+R2 3. The attempt at a solution I have not attempted yet, but rather my question is big V(t) the combination of both batteries? Is Vout taken into account for KVL (aka ground?) This is a pre-lab question and the professor's notes have not gone over a situation like this.