I have a circuit, I want to know how much voltage on the 5 ohm's resistor at the far right.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

using the two methods of Thevenin's & Kirchhoff's:

Thevenin's: I get 5 V

Kirchhoff's : I get 3.33 V

I don't know what is exactly wrong. but I've NOTICED thing!, when I simulate it in multisim, and connect the voltmeter in series with the far right 5 ohm's, I get 5V. and when I connect it in parallel with the 5 ohm's I get 3.33 V.

I'll try to put my calculations later on.

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# Thevenin's & Kirchhoff's law, in a circuit

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