1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data See attached photo 2. Relevant equations Kirchhoff's current law 3. The attempt at a solution So, I was solving for I3 and got the correct answer, but I want to be sure that I arrived at the right answer by using a reliable thought process. I dont wanna get lucky! So, I had already determied I1 and got 1A. With that information I thought... It starts out with 2 A, and there are 2 identical resistors (R2 and R3). I3 = 1 A, so these 2 resistors must each have a current of .5 A going through it. From that I found that I3 = .5A Is this a reliable thought process? What are some other ways to view this problem? Thanks!