51. (a) The current in R1is given by iRRRRR1123 23504060114=++==ε/.(. )/(.. ).bgV2.0A.ΩΩΩThus, iVRiRR31311320045=−=−=−=.(.)..VA)ΩΩ(b) We simply interchange subscripts 1 and 3 in the equation above. Now ()()3321215.0V0.6818A/6.02.04.0/ 2.04.0iR
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