1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Determine the difference in potential between A and B. 2. Relevant equations Kirchhoff's rules for current (loop, junction), V = IR 3. The attempt at a solution I have found the currents through the resistors: 12 - 3.9a - 1.2b - 9.8a = 0 (loop rule) 12 - 3.9a - 6.7c - 9 - 9.8a = 0 (loop rule) a = b + c (junction rule) c = -1.0295 & b = 1.75196 & a = 0.722456 6.7 ohm resistor has 1.02 A counterclockwise 3.9 ohm and 9.8 ohm resistors have 0.72 A clockwise 1.2 ohm resistor has 1.7 A clockwise. What do I do from here? I know that if A and B were in series, the difference in potential between them would be a drop which equals the potential differences across each component between them in series, but this is in parallel, and so I don't know what to do.