# Important information about Find current through a resistor

Consider the circuit shown in the figure (Intro 1 figure) . The current through the 6.00ohms- resistor is 4.00 A, in the direction shown

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1.)What is the currents through the 25.00-ohms resistor?

2.)What is the current through the 20.00-ohms resistor?

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Yinon Shafrir, PhD

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BA, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
MSc, Clarkson University, NY
PhD, Clarkson University, NY

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