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Sevarin

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- Homework Statement
- Calculate V7 and Is, I5 in the network below. Show your work.

- Relevant Equations
- Ix=(Rt/Rx)*I , (R1*R2)/(R1+R2)=parallel resistors. I=V/R, V=I*R, R=I/V, Vx = Rx*(E/Rt)

**Homework Statement:**Calculate V7 and Is, I5 in the network below. Show your work.

**Homework Equations:**Ix=(Rt/Rx)*I , (R1*R2)/(R1+R2)=parallel resistors. I=V/R, V=I*R, R=I/V, Vx = Rx*(E/Rt)

Hi there everyone Sevarin here and I am asking for some help on this question i have been stuck with for a while. It's to do with adding up resistors in series and parallel then taking the whole Rt (Resistor Total) and finding out the current. Knowlage needed is ohm's law and current divider rule.

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/597514035017285643/639618783488639006/unknown.pngSimulator picture

So these are the pictures I have currently. I have ran it through my simulator and i am supposed to get around 510.703uA but as you can see I am getting 1mA granted yes its close... but not close enough since it needs to be 0.5mA to be closer or at least near to that. Have I made a mistake any where or got lost along the way? Please let me know.

Thank you so much for your time and help.