1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the resistor that generates most heat. 2. Relevant equations Principle of superposition. Voltage Div Current Div. Power = I^2R 3. The attempt at a solution After aplying principle of super position and considering the voltage source in one scenario with current source open circuited and calculating current for each resistor and then short circuiting the voltage source and then again calculating each current. After that I added all currents for each individual resistor and caclulated the power output of each individual resistor by I^2R. The highest wattage I got was for the 5 ohm resistor (48.05W). So I concluded that the 5ohm resistor produces most heat. Is this correct? I have no solutions for this.