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I try with KVL:

But the given answer is 6.66L33.67 Volts. So, I'm confused, any suggestions ?

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I try with KVL:

But the given answer is 6.66L33.67 Volts. So, I'm confused, any suggestions ?

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I assume that you wrote a zero on the left side of the first loop equation, but why ?

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Because in this loop there is no Voltage source. The same on loop 3.

I assume that you wrote a zero on the left side of the first loop equation, but why ?

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Thanks for your answers!

I try with Superposition theorem, I think this process is correct:

I try with Superposition theorem, I think this process is correct:

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