1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hello everyone I need to find the current through the 22 ohm resistor. I've tried to solve this problem for many hours now... I can't find what I'm doing wrong! Please find a rough diagram attached. 2. Relevant equations Kirchoffs rules 3. The attempt at a solution I1 + I2 = I3 top loop: -8 -22I1+12-14I3 = 0 0.286 - 1.57I1 = I3 perimeter loop: -8 -22I1 +12 I2 -18 =0 2.17 +1.83 I1 = I2 Inputting these numbers into the first equation: I1+I2=I3 I1 +2.17 +1.83I1 = 0.286-1.57I1 I1 = -0.428A I then put the I1 into the loop equations and found: I2= 1.39 A I3= 0.958 A However, when I'm trying to find the voltage across the points A and B, these currents do not yield consistent voltage drops across the three portions of the circuit. I really appreciate any help!