theravin equivalent resistance/current little help!! 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution found theravin voltage (=-3.75V) but i have a question about the current. the answer is supposed to be -1mA and i found the only way to get this answer was to ignore the 3mA source and the 5k resistor altogether. is there an explanation for this?? just need slight clarification bcause i'm not very smart :( also, i have a problem when finding theravin resistance method by turning off all independent sources and solving. is there a way to find it using that method? the resistance is supposed to be V(th)/I(sc)=-3.75V/-0.001A=3.75k ohms. but when i use that method i end up putting 10k and 15k in parallel, to get 6k ohms, and put that in parallel with 5k to get R(th)=2.73k ohm. i know i am doing it wrong, is there a way to get the right value though??