This isn't really a problem, but more of a conceptual question. I have a circuit drawn (see attached), there are 2 batteries. I don't understand how to split currents at junctions with two batters, It seems like I cannot split the current from both batters at EVERY junction. It's confusing. If you look at a current from right to left on each battery, they run into a number of junctions such that the current from one battery is moving in opposite direction of current from the other if you split currents of BOTH batteries at EVERY junction. For instance if I have current from battery 2 going from right to left, at A there is a junction, so I split the current with some going up towards B and some going towards b. As I go right to left with battery 1, I also hit the junction at B. Does the current go down there towards A? I don't believe you can have current going in opposite directions. So do I just take the current from Battery 1 to the junction at c without splitting it at B? Also, does the current from Battery 2, going right to left, split at b? but what about the current from battery 1 at c, is it going to split? If current from both batteries 1 and 2 split at the junctions c and b, respectively you would have current from battery 1 going opposite current from batter 2 between b and c. I don’t get it….