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srry hold on something went wrong

let me add in the Voltage and resistor values

sure

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do you want me to give you the answer or the way to solve it?

the way

you know superposition?

like a super node?

so i just need to find the voltage at X and Y? then what?

then you add the voltage as per polarity from x-3ohm-4V-3ohm-Y

okay Voltage X is 1.2V and Y is 2.5, can you show me how to do the rest?

Vx-4V-Vy
1.2-4-2.5
1.2-6.5
-5.3V
Vxy = -5.3V

now why is it Vx-4V instead of Vy-4V? is it because Vx is at higher potential ?

Vxy = -.5

@kashyapbharat48 seems to have solved it.

how is it -0.5?

whats the correct ans?

i do not have the correct answer, I just want to know how you solved that?

try the superposition method u'll get it

the correct solution is:

Vy-Vx=-3.7V

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