help with a circuit and Ohm's law!! 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A) What is voltage V at terminal A with respect to ground? B) Imagine that a wire is connected between terminals A and B. What is the current flowing through the battery? C) With the wire connected between terminals A and B, what is the current flowing through the 2 Ω resistor? D) Imagine that, instead of a wire, a 6Ω resistor is connected between terminals A and B. What is the current flowing through the battery? 2. Relevant equations V=IR 3. The attempt at a solution For part A, I know that the ground is the symbol at the bottom, but I do not know how to calculate the voltage. For part B, I thought the answer would be 5A because V=IR gives 10=2I so I is 5, but that is incorrect. For part C, I applied the same reasoning in B and that was wrong again. For part D, I got 10=6I, which would give 1.67 but that's wrong. Can someone please help me understand the concepts? I think that would provide a good start. I thought I just had to apply Ohm's Law but is there something more I must do?? Thanks.