1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Use the following values: E = 12.0 V , R1 = 35.0 Ω , R2 = 22.0 Ω , R3 = 41.0 Ω , and R4 = 14.0 Ω . Find the following currents: the current I1 through the resistor of resistance R1 = 35.0 Ω the current I2 through the resistor of resistance R2 = 22.0 Ω the current I3 through the resistor of resistance R3 = 41.0 Ω the current I4 through the resistor of resistance R4 = 14.0 Ω 2. Relevant equations ε - RI = ΔV I = ε/R R being the resistance I being the current 3. The attempt at a solution So from what I understand I_3 = I_4 and I_2 = I_2 + I_3 (or I_4 since they're equal) Not sure if my math is correct. I tried using I = ε/R for all of them. For I_1 = 0.343 And, 1_3 (or 1_4) = 12/(41+14) = 0.218 Finally, 1_2 = 0.218 + 0.218 = 0.436 Tried using ε - RI = ΔV and I got the same answer for I_1 and I_3/I_4, but I get different answers I_2. Is my math wrong???