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## Homework Statement

I'm trying to find [itex]\frac{V_{Load}(s)}{I_{Dist}(s)}[/itex] using Mason's rule. I was able to solve for [itex]\frac{V_{Load}}{I_{Cf}(S)}[/itex] using Mason's rule but am not sure how to solve for [itex]\frac{V_{Load}(s)}{I_{Dist}(s)}[/itex].

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## The Attempt at a Solution

There's only one forward path, [itex]1*\frac{1}{C_{f}s}*1[/itex]. Am I supposed to consider the loops to the left of [itex]I_{Dist}[/itex] to be non-touching loops? I've never solved a problem like this before were I'm asked to solve for the transfer function for a variable that's in the middle of a flow diagram and am not exactly sure. I'm also unsure if in the diagram that's a negative sign in front of [itex]I_{Dist}[/itex]. Thanks for any help.

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