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ENEE 205 F2013 HW#6 Solutions1.In the last HW you solved this problem using the the superposition principle.96 V72 AiSolve the above problem in another way. Use Thevenin's theorem to find the current iflowing through the 60 resistor. Use the following procedure.I. Remove the 60 resistor from the circuit.II. Replace the remaining circuit by a model of non-ideal voltage source.III. Connect the 60 resistor to non-ideal voltage source and find the current PART I:By removing the 60 resistor, the new circuit looks as below. (Note: we shall keep probeat the node where the 60 resistor was placed so as to enable us know at what point we need to define the Thevenin voltage, and Input impedances).PART II:We will first calculate the total input impedance, Zin. This is done, by turning all soruces off, and determining the impedance across the probed end (former location of the 60 )i.