1. What is the current through each resistor 2. All the obvious stuff... 3. Ok, without showing all my work, here's what I have solved and know is right: The equivalent resistance of the whole circuit is 56.3 ohm. From this, I used Ohm's law to get the equivalent current for the circuit, which is 0.213A. Where I am stuck is now using this to get the individual currents for each resistor. For example, I calculated I_2 = V/R_2 = 12V/45ohm = 0.27A Similarly, I found found the others, so here's what I got (which is incorrect): I_1 = 0.8A I_2 = 0.27 I_3 = 0.48 I_4 = 0.6 Also, I notice that these values sum to 2.12, which approximately euqals 2.13, which is the equivalent current with the decimal point moved over.... where am I going wrong?