1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Use Norton’s Theorem to find the current in RL for the figure attached to this post? 2. Relevant equations Norton's Resistance Equation (The first part of Norton's Theorem) RN = RL + ((R1 x R3) / (R2 + R3)) 3. The attempt at a solution RN = 50 + (20+j5) x (40-j10) / (5+j10) + (40-j10) RN = 50 + (800 - 200J + 200J -J250) / (5+j10 + 40-j10) RN = 50 + (800 - j250 / 45) RN = 50 + (800 - j250 / 45) RN = (50 x 45 + 800 - j250) / 45 RN = (2250 + 800 - j250) / 45 RN = 3050 - j250 / 45 RN = 5 (610 - 10j2) / 5 x 9 RN = 610 - 10j2 / 9 Am I correct so far? If I was given simple figures for the R1, R2 & R3 then this exercise would be very straight forward. But because of the complex figures for each Resistor, I need guidance so I know I am answering the question correctly. Many thanks!