Thevenin theorem

Thevenin theorem

Thevenin’s theorem states that any two terminal linear network or circuit can be represented with an equivalent network or circuit, which consists of a voltage source in series with a resistor. It is known as Thevenin’s equivalent circuit. A linear circuit may contain independent sources, dependent sources, and resistors. If the circuit contains multiple independent sources, dependent sources, and resistors, then the response in an element can be easily found by replacing the entire network to the left of that element with a Thevenin’s equivalent circuit.

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