1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 2. Relevant equations V=IR KVL/KCL 3. The attempt at a solution I am stuck on part E of this problem. This looks like a valid circuit, but I am struggling with KVL/KCL to prove it. First can I say that the voltage across the 1 ohm resistor is 6V because it is in parallel with the 6V battery? But wouldn't that mean that the voltage across the 2 ohm is also 6V? I'm not too sure how the current source there would affect that. Can I combine the current source with the 2 ohm resistor to make it into a battery and then use kvl? Right now I am trying loops for the left side and the right side and the whole thing and I am not getting anywhere. Can I assign a ground at the bottom of the middle node and try using node voltage method? Left loop: 6V = i(1) --> i=6A? But that doesn't seem right. The other loops I'm not too sure about because I am not sure if my logic with the voltage is correct. If it is then I would use that to try finding the KCL for the other loops.