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## Homework Statement

**What is the potential difference across each resistor?**

I know that I'll have to incorporate the V=iR equation

but I don't know where to start though...

My first attempt was with these:

R1=4 R2=8 R3=5 R4=6 R5=3

24-I1R1-I1R2-I3R3+I4R4+I5R5=0

but this lead me nowhere so I tried this

24-I1R1-I1R2-I2R3+I3R4+I4R5=0

and again, I was stuck so I tried making it into a simple series circuit by combining R1 with R2 and R4 with R5 and got this:

24-(8/3)I

_{23}-5I

_{2}+2I

_{45}=0

and again I was stuck...

How do I find the I-values for the respective resistor? Should I be finding each one or could I combine it, as I did in my last attempt? If I combine it, how would I be able to calculate the potential difference of each of the resistors in the combined pairs (R1/R2 and R4/R5)?