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Does a current source have a voltage drop?

There are 3 questions. There is a current source that has a voltages across it. It is not delivering or absorbing power if the voltage across the current source is zero. If the voltage across the source is not zero, then it is either a source of power or a sink into the rest of the circuit.

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