Determine the magnitude of the current, Electrical Engineering

Determine the magnitude of the current:

For the circuit of Figure below determine the magnitude of the voltage "drops" across each resistor R1 - R7.

Determine the magnitude of the current Ia

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Parameter values
 
Va = 20.8 volts DC    R4 = 400 ohms
Vb = 7.3 volts DC      R5 = 500 ohms
R1 = 100 ohms          R6 = 600 ohms
R2 = 200 ohms          R7 = 700 ohms
R3 = 300 ohms

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