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From my analysis, and applying circuit theory, I find that Load(A) will have current flowing equal to 0.1Amps due to the PS, and the induced V1&V2 cancel out, without the use of a diode. However, there cannot be any induced-current from the induced-voltage source correct? They cancel out before that happens?

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This cannot be analysed because you have an anomaly where the two induced voltages (net effect zero volts) is placed across a voltage source of 10 volts. This will cause infinite current to flow and makes it non-analysable.

Even if the two induced voltages were additive or anything that resulted in a net voltage other than 10V it produces infinite current.

With a voltage source (as shown) across a 100 ohm resistor, this part of the circuit can be taken in isolation and the current will be 0.2 amps.

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