1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Problem 3 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution 1) Find I and voltage across resistor 5 V=IR 12.6 = I * 5.08 I=2.48 .08*2.48= .1984 12.6-.1984= 12.4 V across battery. So would I and V across the resistor be I=2.48 and V=12.4? 2) Find current I (Forgot to mark, I is going clockwise) Total resistance is 20. Would I simply add the two batteries making V=20? V=IR 20=I20 I=1? 3) Find current through each resistor. Give magnitude and direction of current flow. Kind of lost on this one. I have a feeling I need to do kirchoffs rule. How would I handle the battery in the center? I only have examples with the center having a resistor to go off from. The flow was also specified for me. How would I determine the flow if I am not given that information? :( So far I took the loop counter clockwise from positive end for the top part and current heading towards the right in the center. 12V-3I(1) -6I(2) + 3V= 15V -3I(1)-6I(2) = 0 Bottom counter clockwise from negative end. -6V-2I(3) +6I(2) -3V = 0 -9V - 2I(3)+6I(2)=0 Look anywhere right so far?