1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Determine the voltage v in the circuit after ﬁrst replacing the three sources with a single equivalent source. 2. Relevant equations v=iR 3. The attempt at a solution I've arrived at the correct answer. I just want to make sure I did it correctly and didn't just get lucky. I know that the equivalent current source will be +10A upward. So I redraw it with the source in the middle and the resistors on either side. The current splits evenly, and half flows to the left resistor, while half flows to the right resistor. This gives v=iR=(5)(10)=50V. My question: Does the current split equally in that situation regardless of the elements and their values on either side? For example, if there were a 10Ω resistor on the left and a 3V battery on the right, would half the middle current flow through the resistor and half flow through the battery?