How would you find direction if current in opposing cells?

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can you take a guess? the answer is pretty obvious when you are given their emfs
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I’m not sure if your asking me to take a guess or asking if you could just take a guess and t would work
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From what I learned current flows from positive to negative terminals but their is two positive terminals??
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Apply Kirchoffs theorem.
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We only have two on Aqa level physics spec, total current in= total current out. Sum of emfs= sum of pds across components. I’m not sure how they will help here 😞
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the sum of the two emfs?
2 + -1.5 = 0.5
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Yh I get calculating emf but how would you know the direction of current is my question
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