**Cramer’s Rule & Calculator for Linear Circuit Analysis | Step by Step with Solved Examples**

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Below is the Step by Step tutorial of solved examples, which elaborates that how to solve a complex electric circuit and network by Cramer’s rule.

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**Example 2:**

Use Mesh Analysis to determine the three mesh currents in the circuit below. Use Cramer’s rule for simplification.

First of all, apply the KVL on each mesh one by one, and write its equations.

-7+1(

*i*_{1}–*i*_{2}) +6+2(*i*_{1}–*i*_{3}) = 0 1(

*i*_{2}–*i*_{1}) + 2*i*_{2}+ 3(*i*_{2}–*i*_{3}) = 0 2(

*i*_{3}–*i*_{1}) – 6+3(*i*_{3}–*i*_{2})*+*1*i*_{3}= 0Simplifying,

3

*i*_{1 }–*i*_{2 }– 2*i*_{3}= 1 … Eq….. (1) –

*i*_{1 }+ 6*i*_{2 }– 3*i*_{3}= 0 … Eq….. (2) -2

*i*_{1 }– 3*i*_{2}+ 6*i*_{3}= 6 … Eq….. (3)Now, write the above equations in the matrix form.

3

*i*_{1}–*i*_{2}– 2*i*_{3}= 1 –

*i*_{1}+ 6*i*_{2}– 3*i*_{3}= 0-2

*i*_{1}– 3*i*_{2}+ 6*i*_{3}= 6Now, we will find the coefficient determinant of ∆. How will we do that? Just check the fig below for better explanation.

So the full step is shown below.

∆ = +3 (6 x 6) – (- 3 x –3) – (-1 (-1 x 6)-(-2 x –3) + (-2 (-1 x –3) – (-2 x 6)

∆

**= 81 -12 -30 = 39**Now, find the ∆

_{1}by the same way as explained above. But, just replace the first column of the matrix with the “Answer Column”. For detail, check the fig shown below.So, here is the full step to find ∆

_{1}. Here, we replaced the “Blue Guys” in the first column with “Black Guys” :).= +1(36-9) – (–1[0+18]) –2(0-36)

= 27 + 18 + 72

∆

_{1}= 117Again, find the ∆

_{2}with the same method as explained earlier. Just replace the second column of the matrix with the “Answer column” i.e. replace the “Red guys” in the center column with “Black Guys” as shown below.= +3 (0 +18) -1[(-6)-(+6)] –2(-6-0)

= 54+12+12 = 78

∆

_{2 }= 78Finally, find the last ∆

_{3}. Just replace the third column with the “Answer column” i.e. replace the “Green guys in the third column with “Black guys” as shown below.= +3 (6 x 6) – (-3 x 0) – [-1(-1 x 6) – (-2 x 0)] + [1(-1) x (-3) – (-2) x (6)]

= 108 + 6 + 15

∆

_{3}= 117Now, solve and find the unknown values of current, i.e.

*i*_{1},*i*_{2}and*i*_{3}.As, Cramer’s rule says that, variables i.e.

**and***i*_{1}= ∆1/∆_{1},*i*_{2}= ∆/∆_{2}*i*_{3}= ∆/∆_{3}.Therefore,

*i***=**

_{1}**∆1/∆**

_{1}= 117/39

*i*_{1}= 3AAnd

**,***i*_{2}

*i***=**

_{2}**= ∆/∆**

_{2}= 78/39

*i***=**

_{2}**2A**

And finally,

**;***i*_{3}

*i***=**

_{3}**∆/∆**

_{3}= 117/39

*i*_{3}= 3A.I hope that you understood the cramer’s rule very well and enjoyed the step by step tutorial. Please, don’t forget to share with your friends. Also, enter your email address in the below box to subscribe. So, we will send you more tutorials like the above one. Thanks.

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