A simple DC resistive circuit is solved by circuit reduction (for series and parallel resistors) and the power a current source calculated.
A simple DC resistive circuit with three resistors and two current sources are solved by the Nodal Analysis and power of one current source is determined.
Solving a circuit by using circuit reduction and current divider methods
Solving a circuit with single node-pair analysis without reducing it.
Solving circuit with single loop analysis without reducing
Finding the number of elements, nodes, loops and branches of a circuit
Determine the resistance of the resistor, and .
Finding power and conductance of resistors from the current and resistance
Finding the power of elements and determining which one is supplying power and which one is absorbing it.