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2. Relevant equations

KCL

3. The attempt at a solution

I recognise that the voltage sources form supernodes. This produces:

[tex]A - B = 10[/tex] -> [tex]A = 10 + B[/tex]

We also know that node C is 12v.

I then form KCL equations:

[tex]6 + \frac{A - C}{12} = \frac{B}{40} + \frac {A}{24}[/tex]

When I simplify this and sub in C and A, I get a ridiculous results. What am I missing here? Cheers!

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