# Find the current at the resistor

I've tried to divide current at 8A and then make a Kirchhoff voltage law between the resistor and dependent current source but I still can't solve it.

• you have to show some effort... present what have you done so far – thece Feb 15 at 16:11
• Not only effort in solving the problem, but in presenting the question. I've edited your question with capitalization and punctuation. – JYelton Feb 15 at 16:18
• You should also replace that image with a larger one that is in focus. – K H Feb 15 at 21:22

## 1 Answer

i think that after dividing the current of 8A, you can sum up the currents in the second contour

• but im not really sure – ervis nilo Feb 15 at 16:23
• You can accept your own answer. – Tyler Feb 15 at 16:25
• You've posted this in the "Answer" section. Can you please use this edit link to add this information into your "Question" instead? – Kevin Kruse Feb 15 at 16:25
• @KevinKruse sorry first day still learning lol – ervis nilo Feb 15 at 16:28
• Why does your KCL equation not include terms for current through the 8-ohm resistor or the 4 A source? Hint: Step 1 is to combine the 8 A and 4 A sources. – The Photon Feb 15 at 16:33