I'm trying to get the current in the 3 ohm resistor using mesh analysis. Forget about thevenin's theorem here.
However, what I know is that if there's a current source between two meshes then we do the supermesh analysis. But in this case there is a resistor and a current source in between the two meshes, which means we can't do the supermesh.
Here's the circuit:
So how do I get the current throught the 3 ohm resistor using the mesh method in this case?
I'm not asking for the final answer but how do I move on when a current source and a resistor are between 2 meshes ? Should the 3 ohm resistor take all the value of the current source(which means that the value of the current through the 3 ohm resistor is 5A)? Any help will be much appreciated :)