Find the potential at point J.
Asked by nudratnigar | 10th May, 2022, 12:02: PM
Let V be the electric potential at Junction J .
Let us consider the currents coming to juntion and currents leaving the juction as shown in figure.
By Kirchoff's law , I1 = I2 + I3
By solving above expression, we get V = 60 V
Answered by Thiyagarajan K | 10th May, 2022, 02:26: PM
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