I am a Computer Engineering Student, and we have a lesson called Electric Circuits. I am trying to understand Thevenin's Theorem, but there is a circuit that confused me.
I removed power and current source to calculate Rth and if I am not wrong it is 1Ω. I also calculated Vth, with the voltage source back on, to be 5V.
My question is what happens with the current source? When I put it back on the circuit, I shorted the voltage source, but at the same time this shorts out the current source. So, is it going to affect the rest of the circuit, or not? How would you solve this?
Probably a silly question, but I am inexperienced with this stuff. Thanks in advance.