This tutorial works through another Nodal Analysis example problem. Nodal Analysis is a method of circuit analysis where we basically just apply Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL) at each node with an unknown voltage. You can choose to ground any of the nodes, but generally, grounding one with the most branches (especially if they are voltage sources) will make the problem easier. We will end up with one equation per unknown node voltage, and can just solve the system of linear equations to find the branch currents. This example problem features two current sources.