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## Homework Statement

Write the KVL Equation for the outer loop

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## The Attempt at a Solution

The question above is a sample I have made for such a condition. The goal is not to find the value, but only write the correct equation. If an independent current source is connected in series with a resistor, should I write the voltages across the resistor and the current source separately in the KVL equation or should I simply apply Ohms law V=IR and write the result in the KVL equation?

The first equation that I have made is -Vx+Vy+Vz=0. The other equation that I have made is 4(2)+Vz=0, where 4(2) is the resistance of the resistor multiplied by the current of the independent current source. Which one of these is the right one?