find the thevenin equivalent circuit (just need my values checked!!) 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data find the thevenin equivalent circuit (using open/short circuit method is how i did it): 2. Relevant equations n/a 3. The attempt at a solution I just need to verify that my V(th)=V(oc) value is right: Vc/4 + Vc/6 + (Vc-2)/3 - 4 = 0 Vc = Voc=Vth=6.22V i am pretty sure i did it right..however, when i build my circuit in the software my class uses (multisim) i get a different voltage and current reading when i correct it like the picture above (with point B above the 2V source). i have to connect to point B is BELOW the 2V source, like this, to get the rite reading: i know why this is. when i connect it to point B above the 2V source, i get a reading of 4.22V with the software...but i built the circuit like it looks in the diagram. and when i did it below the voltage source, i just add 2V to that value. so my actual question is, is the thevenin voltage 4.22V or 6.22V? and did i set up my circuit in the software wrong somehow?