Consider the circuit shown in (Figure 1). The batteries have emfs of ε1 = 9.0 V and ε2 = 12.0 V and the resistors have values of R1 = 27Ω, R2 = 60 Ω, and R3 = 33 Ω.
Determine the magnitudes of the currents in each resistor shown in the figure. Ignore internal resistance of the batteries.
Determine the directions of the currents in each resistor. Ignore internal resistance of the batteries.
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