Determine the voltage across each resistor, Electrical Engineering

For the circuit of Fig:

(i) using Kirchoff's Laws, find all the currents

(ii)  determine the voltage across each resistor and check that all loops comply with KVL

(iii) what value of resistor, R, will give v = 0?

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