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Consider the circuit shown in the figure. Assuming R2=2Ω , R3=4Ω and R4=2Ω current passing through resistance R1 is:
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  1. 2 A
  2. 2.5 A
  3. 3.5 A
  4. 0 A

A
0 A
B
2 A
C
2.5 A
D
3.5 A
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