Calculate the current i5 in the following configuration:
Use the following data: i1 = 7.45 A, i2 = 9.25 A, i3 = 6.10 A, i4 = 7.60 A.
according to Kirchhoff's Current Law the sum of currents enetring some node in the circuit must be equal to the sum of the currents flowing away from that node (provided that the charge density in the circuit does not change in time) thus:
I1 + I2 + I4 = I3 + I5