- No, since $I_1 \neq I_2 + I_3$
- Since the junction rule is violated, this circuit can not be solved with the information given.
This is College Physics Answers with Shaun Dychko. These values for the currents given to us for this circuit are not possible because if you apply the junction rule at point A, the currents going into it have to equal the total currents coming out. But the current <i>I one</i> being five amps does not equal three plus negative two. So since the junction rule is violated the circuit can't be solved with these numbers given.