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    I'm just getting to grasps with kirchoffs and maximum power theorum, I have completed a task from college. I'm fairly confident with kirchoffs, thevenin and nortons, I just get a bit muddled up and get confused with units when I have to do thevenins equivalent. So The task that I have completed I am fairly sure the answers are correct I had to calculate the circuit with kirchoffs to find the resistance of the load. I used kirchoffs and then I tried to use thevenins equivalent this is the bit where I need abit of advise if I've done it correctly and if my diagrams of circuit is correct for each stage. I have to find the resistance of the load RL so I can calculate maximum power transfer, but this isn't the issue at the moment its what I have done so far before I move on I want to know that I'm on the right lines or not.
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