Determine voltage across and using voltage division rule.
, , , and
Please note that the voltage division rule cannot be directly applied. This is to say that:
The reason is that some current of is passing through and branch. If the branch was broken at some point, for example as:
we could apply the voltage division rule and say
But for the original circuit, the equation above is not correct. To solve the circuit using the voltage divider, we have to find the Thevenin equivalent of the colored circuit:
and are in series and their equivalent equals
and are parallel and their equivalent equals
So, the circuit is simplified to this level now:
And the voltage division rule can be applied directly:
Please note that is the voltage across and the series combination of and as shown below:
Now, we can use the voltage division rule to find and . We can ignore the rest of the circuit and assume that this portion is as:
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Wait, so does this mean to find it would be:
If this were the case the answer would be 15/2?
No, this is not correct.
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