1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The photo included provides the problem but the professor stated that the right side source is supposed to be 100t and not 80t. The problem wasn't printed correctly in the book so I assume the solution wasn't either. The solution via the book is v1=2.56cos(100t+139.2°), v2=4.35cos(100t+138.3°) 2. Relevant equations Rectangular to Polar Notation Polar to Rectangular Notation Ohms Law Nodal Analysis Kirchhoff's Current Law 3. The attempt at a solution I used Nodal Analysis v1: ((v1)/1∠90°)+((v1)/2)+(((v1)-(v2))/4.55∠-90°)+(((v1)-(v2))/3) - (3∠62°)=0 v2: 2+((v2)/(2.13∠-90°))+((v2)/5)+(((v2)-(v1))/4.55∠-90°)+(((v1)-(v2))/3)=0 plugging that into the calculator and solving gives v1=2.84∠131.12° v2=3.56∠122.15° Which is NOT the book solution. Please tell me if I did this correctly.