1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Use node voltage analysis to determine values for I1, I2, and I3. If a current has a negative value, then the reference direction chosen was incorrect and the current is positive in the opposite direction. I attached a picture of the circuit. The things in blue (current ix and the nodes A and B) are what I put in the circuit when I was trying to solve it. They weren't in the original drawing of the circuit. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution Assume currents entering a node are negative and currents leaving a node are positive. Assume voltage rise as positive and a voltage drop as negative. I started by doing a nodal analysis at Node A: -ix+ (VA-VRef)/(10)+(VA-VB)/(20)=0 ix=(28-VA)/(10) Substituted in ix and then simplified to get this: 5VA-VB=56 Here's the part I'm not really confident about: At node B: (VB-VA)/(20)+(VB)/(5)=10mA I keep getting a ridiculously small number. I guess it kind of makes since since I have mA and kΩ, but I just feel like I'm doing something wrong. Thanks for any help!