# Calculate the current (in Amps) passing through each resistor shown in the screen shot of a...

Calculate the current (in Amps) passing through each resistor shown in the screen shot of a virtual circuit and thus prove the measurements in the ammeters next to each resistor. Please use ALL THREE of Kirchhoff’s Rules and show work. Thank you.  120.02 Current 0.05 A Current 0.05 A 10.0 v 50.02 Current 0.09 A Current 0.09 A 8.0 V 80.0 12 Current 0.04 A
Junction Rule: A B 11+12=12 (1) 13 3 F E Loop Rule: Loop ABEFA &1-1,R2-13R3 =0(2) Loop Rule: Loop CDEFC C D Figure 1 €2-1, R2–13 Rz=0(3)  ##### Add Answer of: Calculate the current (in Amps) passing through each resistor shown in the screen shot of a...
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