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Applying Kirchoff’s current law at each of the nodes (black dots), and using the current directions indicated by the arrows, we get the following system of equations: i_1 – i_2 =0 i_2 + i_3 – i_4 i_4 – i_3 – i_5 = 0 i_5 – i_1 = 0 Applying Kirchoff’s voltage law around the three loops in the circuit, we get the equations: V – i_2R_2 – i_4R_4 – i_5R_5 = 0 V_1 – i_2R_2 – V_3 – i_5R_5 = 0 V_3 – i_4R_4 = 0 This gives 7 equations for 5 unknowns (the currents). From this point on, we drop the final equation from each group. Write a script that puts these equations into matrix form. Then solve the equations to find the current through each branch for the following parameters: V_1 =10V R_2 = 3 Ohm V_3 = 4V R_4 = 4 Ohm R_5 = 3 Ohm We now want to find by how much we can increase the voltage at V_1 before melting a wire (which occurs when more than 5A of current passes through any of them). Using the appropriate type of loop and a step size of 0.1V, increase the voltage at V_1 until the maximum current flowing through any of the wires exceeds 5A. Then print the largest acceptable value of V_1 to the screen, in the form: The maximum voltage that can be applied is ? volts. Where? is replaced by the number of volts.