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What I think is that I3 and I1 add together to get I2

and I found this equation V1+v2=E1-E2 and V3+V2=E3-E2 and I was substituting IR in for all the V's and I3+I1 where I2 comes in and making two equaitons and solving but no dice any tips? Thanks.

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l l I3-> l

E1 ^ E2 E3 R1 = 1.00 kΩ, R2 = 2.00 kΩ, R3 = 3.00 kΩ,

l l R3 l E1=60.0V, E2 = 45.0 V and E3 = 70.0 V

l I2 l l ok the e's are epslons V=IR epslon subs in for V

l l l I did the best I could to show current direction

l l l It was tough to draw let me know if your confused

---/\R1/\-------l Or if you kn know a better way to draw on this

I1->

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