I have the following circuit:
I'm trying to calculate the equivalent current. In my approach resistors 2 and 1 are in parallel so their equivalent resistance would be 2/3 then since resistors 1 and 2/3 are in series I will get an equivalent resistance of 5/3
Now since the 2 resistances are in parallel I get the equivalent resistance as 1.06. Now the current in the circuit is \$V/R\$ so \$1/1.06=0.94\$. But the answer in the textbook says it's 0.66. Please let me know what I'm doing wrong here.