I specifically want to know how does the current flow in the schematic attached. There are two voltage sources (one dependent, the other independent) in the figure. Correct me if I'm wrong, but it appears to me that the current generated by 35 V and 2vx will collide each other though the magnitude of their currents are equal since all the elements are in a series connection.
This circuit I'm working on is one of the practice problems of Kirchhoff's Laws in Fundamentals of Electric Circuits by Alexander and Sadiku. The ones asked in this problem is vo and vx. I tried solving the problem but it does not match the given answer in the book (the solution is not shown though).
I would like to know how the current flows across 5 Ω resistor.
@Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams: That was precisely why I asked the question. Though many here are saying this is a simple circuit, I had been confused with this problem because I was imagining how the current will flow due to the two voltage sources.
@The Photon: No, this is not a homework question. I was reviewing for a quiz the other day by picking questions on our textbook.