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Grade: 11
        
How is the answer 13
Please answer with solution as soon as possible
one year ago

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Vikas TU
11682 Points
							
Hiii 
Applying KVL on line AB and adding potential we get:
-6v -6v -3v – 4v + 2v -1v = Potentil between point A and B.
So potential difference = -18v Ans 
We will add the incoming current of 1amp, and we will subtract outgoing current of 2amp from 3amp current.
one year ago
Ayush_Deep
120 Points
							
Dear the correct answer will be 13 volt.
By KVL ,
Potential across A and B 
= 2*1 - 2V +4*1 + 3V + 3*2 = 13V
GOOD REGARDS AND THANKS
2 months ago
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