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What is the magnitude of the current through R2 in the circuit shown if V1=6V, R1=3kOhms, R2=3kOhms, R3=4kOhms, R4=1000 Ohms? Express your answer in milliamps.
(Answer tolerance is 5% and answer to 3 significant digits)

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