1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data For the circuit shown below, assume that the batteries are ideal and determine the following: a) The current through each resistor, including direction. b) The potential difference across the center branch of the circuit (the one including the 8 ohm resister and 20 V battery) 2. Relevant equations V=IR, (V=voltage of source, I=total current, R=total resistance) 3. The attempt at a solution Current through far left 2 ohm top resistor: I1 Current through far right 2 ohm top resistor: I2 Current through middle 8 ohm resistor: I3 Current through bottom right 2 ohm resistor: I4 Current through bottom left 2 ohm resistor: I5 I represent the resisters as R and the amount of ohms. So a two ohm resistor I say R2. Using Kirchoff's Laws These are the equations I have for the circuit. left loop: -10V-I1R2-I3R8-20V-I3R2=0 right loop: -20V+I3R8-I2R2-10V-I4R2=0 outer loop: -10V-I1R2-I2R2-10V-I4R2-I5R2=0 I'm not sure if these are right. I'm hoping I got Kirchhoff's Laws correctly.