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## Homework Statement

Where R1 = 2.4k, R2 = 2.9k, Vs1=7V, Vs2=7v and Is = 4mA

For this circuit I need to find the Thevenin Equivalent resistance.

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## The Attempt at a Solution

*Just a heads up, all my loop analysis stuff is going clockwise*

I've tried everything to try to solve this problem but I still can't get it. Here's what I've tried:

To find Rth I need Voc and Isc.

So to find Voc I used superposition:

If I short circuit Vs1 and Vs2, I get Vo(1) = 2.4k * 4mA = 9.6V

If I open circuit Is and short circuit Vs2 and use loop analysis:

2.4k(i1) + 7 +2.9k(i1) = 0

Solving for i1 = -0.001321A

Therefore Vo(2) = 2.9k * i1 = 3.83V

Then I open circuit Is and short circuit Vs1 wouldn't Vo(3) just be Vs2 = 7V?

Am I on the right track or have I completely gone off course? Any help is appreciated!