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This is the problem.

Given that Vg is 210 V, R1 is 15.5 kOhm, R2 is 66 kOhm and RL is 157.5 kOhm, find the voltage "v0" (Hint: Use the voltage divider concept.)

My attempt at the problem was to combine R1 and R2 through series and use RL as R2 in the voltage divider formula.

The answer I came up with was 71.61V.

Given that Vg is 210 V, R1 is 15.5 kOhm, R2 is 66 kOhm and RL is 157.5 kOhm, find the voltage "v0" (Hint: Use the voltage divider concept.)

My attempt at the problem was to combine R1 and R2 through series and use RL as R2 in the voltage divider formula.

The answer I came up with was 71.61V.