1. In the circuit shown below, V1 = 6 V, R1 = 2.2 k omega R2 = 3.3 k omega, R3=1 k omega, R4 = 1 k omega, R5 = 2.2 k omega, and the value of V2 is to be determined. If the voltage across R5 is 4 V with the polarities as shown, determine the value of V2. Show your work.

26 11 - 1. In the circuit shown below, V1 = 6 V, R1 = 2.2 k omega R2 = 3.3 k omega, R3=1 k omega, R4 = 1 k omega, R5 = 2.2 k omega, and the value of V2 is to be determined. If the voltage across R5 is 4 V with the polarities as shown, determine the value of V2. Show your work.

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images - 1. In the circuit shown below, V1 = 6 V, R1 = 2.2 k omega R2 = 3.3 k omega, R3=1 k omega, R4 = 1 k omega, R5 = 2.2 k omega, and the value of V2 is to be determined. If the voltage across R5 is 4 V with the polarities as shown, determine the value of V2. Show your work.

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