1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find V, I1, I2 and the power of the 6Ω resistor: Known: R1=6Ω R2=3Ω Iknown1=8 Iknown2=2 RTotal=2Ω 2. Relevant equations P=V2/R P=IV V=IR 3. The attempt at a solution To be honest, I've been staring at the problem for hours not knowing where to begin. I thought I'd start with a KCL equation to find I1 and I2, but I'm left with too many unknowns to continue on. I tried using a point above the 6Ω resistor as a node to find the KCL: Using V1 as my voltage at the node. -8 -I1+I2=0 = (V1-V)/3 = 8+(V1-V)/6 = V1=V+48 But I don't believe I'm setting up the equation right in the first place.