# potential difference between point x and point y

Posted on Feb 7, 2014

found the current in both the loops using Kirchhoff`s Voltage law but then I`m confused on the proper method to find the potential drop between the two loops. I suggest you insert two extra points A and B on both ends of the battery (on the bottom right of the left square and the top left of the right square). Can you calculate the potential difference between X and A, A and B,

and finally B and Y Gerben Oct 21 `11 at 12:46 @DavidZaslavsky I found the current in both the loops using Kirchhoff`s Voltage law but then I`m confused on the proper method to find the potential drop between the points X and Y may be can you explain me the procedure as well as find the potential drop between X and Y since there is a 4V battery in middle through which no current flows I wonder how to calculate the potential drop between X and Y+ Praveen Gowda I V Oct 21 `11 at 14:59 @PraveenGowdaIV - There is no complete circuit between nodes A and B, so no current flows. The potential across the battery is. the potential across the battery; 4V. Kevin Vermeer Oct 21 `11 at 15:33

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