1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An impedance of 7-2jΩ and an impedance of 4+2jΩ and a current source of 97.5A are all connected in parallel. Find the individual branch currents. 2. Relevant equations Current-divider rule: I1=I*Z1/(Z1+Z2) (only have to consider the magnitudes of the impedances, not the angle) 3. The attempt at a solution I've obtained a value of I1=39.54A and I2=64.53A. However, these currents sum up to 104.07A, whereas the current source is supplying a current of only 97.5A. Why is there a discrepancy?