1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data http://img181.imageshack.us/img181/9554/cktpz6.jpg [Broken] Find the values of [itex]I_C,I_B,I_L[/itex] 2. Relevant equations [itex]\sum V=\sum IR[/itex] [itex]\sum I=0[/itex] 3. The attempt at a solution By Kirchoff's first law: [tex]I_C-I_B-I_L=0[/tex] by Kirchoff's 2nd law: [tex]0.1I_C+1.2I_L=14[/tex] [tex]0.011I_B+1.2I_L=12[/tex] When I used these to solve for the unknowns I got [itex]I_C=21.25A \ \ I_B=11.35A \ \ I_L=9.9A[/itex] Now the solution says to use the first two equations and this one: [itex]0.1I_C +0.011I_B=2[/itex] and that gives a different answer to what I had calculated. Did I take the incorrect loops?