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As a network contains only independent current sources and resistors then if the values of all resistors are doubled then the values of the node voltages are 

 (A) will become half (B) will remain unchanged (C) will become double (D) cannot be determined unless the circuit configuration and the values of the resistors are known.

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As a network contains only independent current sources and resistors then if the values of all resistors are doubled then the values of the node voltages are will become double 

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