1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Okay so we are given this circuit. I do not want to be told step by step what the answer (or worked solution is) but I am wanting some guidance about how I can start/continue on from what is given to us. We obviously need a understanding of Kirchoff's current law. Our task is to construct the remaining equations and then solve for the currents i1 to i8 in terms of V and R. 2. Relevant equations Okay so I know Kirchoff's current law that says that there is a conservation of charge. that is if there is only two wires one has current going in, the other equal going out. So the sum of all currents at node = 0A, and total charge in closed loop is zero. Also know Ohm's law is V=IR. 3. The attempt at a solution With that in mind we know: 0=i1+i2+i3+i4 and V=i6R+i7R+i8R We can for instance combine the left triangle which has R and 2R and 2R all in parallel which should give us ((1/R) + (1/2R) + (1/2R) ) -1? Am i heading down the right path? And since that all combines to be one resistor that is parallel to the bottom left triangle which has a R and 2R again? and so on and so forth? How do I do the current? Could it be like i2+i6=i7? Thanks a lot!