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Jayalk97

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## Homework Statement

## Homework Equations

Finding the Thevenin equivalent?

## The Attempt at a Solution

I found the thevenin resistance to be 185/47 ohms, which came out to be correct.

I've been struggling with this question all day. I ended up attempting to find the norton equivalent and then converting it, since the question asks for both anyways. I started with a source conversion on the 3A and 5ohm current source and resistor, turning it into a 15V voltage source and a 5 ohm resistor in series (going into the b terminal). I shorted the a-b terminal and used KVL to find the current going through as 3A, typed that into my webwork page and it said I was wrong. Is there anything I'm missing here?