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I am trying to find the current of a circuit using linear algebra.

So far, I know that there are 6 loops, one on each side of the cube. However, I am not sure about how many equations I have to come up with to construct a matrix and thus solving the problem.

The questions is to find the currents that are going throughEACHresistor, and theDIRECTIONthat they are going in. There should be a total of 12 arrows indicating the directions of the currents, 1 on each side.

ANY help/hint/suggestion is GREATLY appreciated.

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# Linear Algebra Question on Calculating Current

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