1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Use mesh analysis to find the power delivered by the current-controlled voltage source in the circuit in the Figure: http://i.imgur.com/LUXYFO5.jpg 2. Relevant equations 1 super mesh equation, 1 source equation, 1 mesh equation, KVL 3. The attempt at a solution To start off, I made all of my currents flow counter-clockwise and I labeled them, starting from the bottom left loop, then bottom right, then upper left, then upper right loop as: W, X, Y & Z, respectively. Next, I drew a super mesh equation around Y and Z (Upper left and upper right). My super mesh equation: 6*Y-X+8*Z=0 Next, I wrote down my source equation: 3=Z-Y Finally, I did a regular loop around X (Bottom right): 6*X+X+32*(X+W/8)=0 (Note, I added W/8 instead of subtracted because I defined all my currents to go counter-clockwise, except, the current coming from the voltage-controlled current source is going the opposite way, so it would technically be 32*(X-(-W/8)). I'm not sure if this assumption is correct. I think my mistake may be there. Next, since W is an unknown, I need one more equation. Since W is defined as the voltage drop across the upper left resistor, I wrote the following: W=6*Y Now, here I am also unsure whether or not this is correct. Since Y is entering the negative terminal of the resistor, or at least I've defined it to be, would that make W=6*-Y? So, my two questions are whether W/8 is positive or negative in 6*X+X+32*(X(+/-)W/8) and whether Y should be negative or positive in W=6*(+/-)Y. (As well as my mesh loops, not quite sure I completely have the hang of mesh analysis) Thanks for all of your help again!