1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 2. Relevant equations Pmax = ((VTh)2)/(4RTh) Rparallel = (R1R2)/(R1 + R2) KCL ΣI = 0 KVL ΣV = 0 3. The attempt at a solution Okay, so to find RTh, I remove all independent sources and set the "terminals" at R to have a 1A current running through them. Since there is a 30kΩ resistor in parallel with the 1A current that I added, I assumed that the voltage across the 1A that I added was 30kV and that RTh = 30kV/1A = 30kΩ. Then I returned to the initial circuit to find VTh. I applied nodal analysis such that v1 = v0 and v2 = VTh. Applying KCL @ v1: (v1 - 100)/10 + v1/40 + (v1 - v2)/22 = 0 Applying KCL @ v2: (v1 - v2)/22 - .003v1 + v2/30 = 0 After simplifying and solving the system, I got v1 = 70.1V and v2 = 42.7V. Then I plugged v2 into the equation for pmax and I calculated .0152W. However, the solution in the back of the textbook says that the power should be infinity. What have I missed?