1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data We need to find I1,I2,I3 (current through all the three branches) 2. Relevant equations I know that if emfs *of same value* are connected in parallel,then they can be replaced with a single emf of that same value,and that's where the problem comes in.There are 3 emfs,all of different values connected in parallel. As far as the rest of the curcuit goes, ▪KVL (Kirchoffs Voltage Law):Sum of potential drops across a closed loop is zero ▪V=I.R ▪Voltage difference across conducting wire=0 3. The attempt at a solution You'll forgive me if the diagram's a little crowded.Basically,I assumed potential to be 0 at a point for reference purposes, and then labelled all other parts of the circuit corresponding to that. Now,as I said in the last line of the previous section, ▪Voltage difference across conducting wire=0 That means that V(at A)=V(at B)=V(at C) (Assumin I1 as x,I2 as y,I3 as z) That would give us our first set of equations: 8-x=9-2y=10-3z Now,applying KVL in loop ABEF, 8-(8-x)+(9-2y)-9=0 However,on solving these equations,I ain't getting the right answer. Help appreciated..