1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I'm sorry that I have no pic, but please bear with my description. The circuit diagram is made up of 3 horizontal lines. On the top line, there's battery A, (-) on the left, (+) on the right, and an arrow going to the right (>) to show direction of current. On the middle line, there's the 2 Ω resistor. And on the bottom line, there's battery B, (+) on left, and (-) on right. Battery A has an e.m.f, of 2.0 V and an internal resistance of 1 Ω. For battery B, the values are 1.0 V and 2 Ω. A and B are connected to a 2 Ω resistor. Using Kirchoff's Law, calculate current through the resistor. 2. Relevant equations Both of Kirchoff's Law. I1 = I2 + I3 E = IR1 + IR2 3. The attempt at a solution I tried taking the top and middle, and treated it as one circuit, and did the same with the middle and bottom. Then I applied Kirchoff's second law. In this way, I managed to get two equations with three different variables. 2 * I3 + I1 = 2 - 2 * I3 + 2 * I2 = 1 Where I1 is the current leaving battery A, I3 is the current entering the middle section after entering a junction, and I2 is the other current going toward the bottom section. Then by using I = I1 + I2 + I3, as well as the two equations, I substituted the values around, until I managed to make the equation in terms of I3. The value I got is 0.375 A. The answer is supposed to be 0.42 A. It would be great if someone can point out where I did wrong.