Two resistors R1 and R2 are in series with a 7.0-V battery. If R1 has a resistance of 2.0-Ω and R2 receives energy at the rate of 6.0 W, what is (are) the value(s) for the circuit’s current(s)? (There may be more than one answer.)
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