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In the circuit, V1=129 V, V2=72 V, I0=2 A, R1=7 Ohm, R2=46 Ohm, R3=19 Ohm, R4=19 Ohm.
Solve the circuit using nodal analysis and answer the questions below.

Find the current through R1 flowing in the direction from left to right. (Unit: A)

Find the current through R2 flowing downwards. (Unit: A)
Find the current through R3 flowing downwards. (Unit: A)
Find the current thrrough R4 flowing from left to right. (Unit: A)

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