## Electrical Engineering: Principles & Applications (6th Edition)

$V_R = -6V$ $P_I=12W$
The current goes from the negative to the positive for the resistor. Thus, we find: $V=-IR = - (3A)(2\Omega) =\fbox{ -6V}$ We first need to find the voltage of the current source using Kirchhoff's Voltage Law: $-10+6+v=0 \\ v-4=0 \\ v=4V$ Using this, we find power: $P = VI = (4V)(3A) = \fbox{12 W}$