1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The (b) circuit shown in the attached image is the Norton equivalent circuit of the (a) circuit. Find the value of the short-circuit current, isc, and Thévenin resistance, Rt. isc being the current that would flow through the two open nodes if they were shorted. 3. The attempt at a solution Right now I'm stuck on the current. I used mesh current analysis to find the current. Here are my equations. KVLa: -10v + 3ia - 2ia + 6(ia - isc) = 0 KVLsc: 6(isc - ia) + 5isc = 0 I reduced and ordered the equations as follows: KVLa: 7ia - 6isc = 10 KVLsc: -6ia + 11isc = 0 Which I solved as: ia = 2.68A isc = 1.46A However the book has the isc equaling 1.13A Where have I messed up?