1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the current in each branch of the circuit of the figure below . Specify the direction of each. ___|+5V_____/\/\/\/\____ |____________/\/\/\/\____| |___|+1V_____/\/\/\/\____| The top resistance is 22, middle is 56, and the bottom is 75. I'm predicting the current is going in this direction: _____>i1 l l l_____>i2 l l l_____>i3 2. Relevant equations ---Kirchoff's Rules (Junction rule & Loop Rule) 3. The attempt at a solution My starting/reference point is at the 5V battery on the positive anode side; going toward the right. EQ1: -5v - 22i1 + 56i2 = 0 EQ2: -5v - 22i1 + 75 i3 + 1v = 0 EQ3: i2= i1 + i3 The problem I'm having is the fact I have two variables to solve for; regardless how I manipulate. the equations. For instance: if you solve for i1 in EQ2: i1= (-4v + 73 i3)/ 22 ..... now I plugged i1 into EQ1: -5V - 22 ((-4v + 73 i3)/ 22) + 56 i2 = 0 -As you can see, I still have two unknowns: i3 and i2. The Junction rule eq (EQ3) wouldn't help either. It would just replace i3 with i1 again. So with that said, what am I doing wrong/missing? I have all 3 loops covered in my two equations, so I'm kind of lost. Any help would be appreciated.