Using Superposition theorem for independent sources (i.e. using ohm's law and applying the current divider rule) I would like to check the equations used to find the voltage across R4. RL is known so workings do not need to be shown.
(See attached file for circuit diagram)
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a) Open The current source Is.
Total Series Impedance Z = (R1||RL) + (R3||R4) + R2, where || means Parallel
Hence V = Vs * [ (R3||R4)/ Z ] = Vc ...
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