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## Homework Statement

I need to use mesh analysis to find the three currents:

## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

The answers are I1= -1.25A, I2=0.125A and I3 = 1.125A

I don't know where I messed up for I3

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I need to use mesh analysis to find the three currents:

The answers are I1= -1.25A, I2=0.125A and I3 = 1.125A

I don't know where I messed up for I3

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How di you get Va = (I2-I3)/5 ?## Homework Statement

I need to use mesh analysis to find the three currents:

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## Homework Equations

## The Attempt at a Solution

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The answers are I1= -1.25A, I2=0.125A and I3 = 1.125A

I don't know where I messed up for I3

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It should be multipliedHow di you get Va = (I2-I3)/5 ?

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My point is that a voltage is a resistance times a current, it cannot be a current divided by a resistancefrom the 5Ω resistance

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Thank you I didn't realize my errorMy point is that a voltage is a resistance times a current, it cannot be a current divided by a resistance

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