(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

I have tried to answer the superposition question in the included file. I have gone through the workings as the same as in my john bird electrical book. I believe I have done nothing wrong in my approach and should be getting the same answer as my thevenins answer. the current through the load is completely different though

2. Relevant equations

total impedance when v2 removed = j4 in series with parallel j6 and 35 + j 35 .71

v1 removed total impedance j6 in series with parallel j4 and 35 + j35.71

then volts over resistances to find I then use the currents to find load current adding i2 and i5.

i1 x j6/j6 + 35 + j 35.71 = I2

i4 x j4/j4 + 35 + j35.71 = 1 5

i5 + i2 = I load

3. The attempt at a solution

it is included in file

I have added my attemp

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# Homework Help: Superposition calculation for a circuit

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