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It is now desired to find current in another branch of the network

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Thevenin's theorem is used to find current in a branch of a

Consider the following statements Tellegen's theorem is appl

Assertion

(A): Thevenin's theorem helps us to find current i

(A): Thevenin's theorem helps us to find current i

Consider the following statements : Tellegen's theorem is ap

To find current in a resistance connected in a network, Thev

Assertion

(A): Thevenin's theorem and Norton's theorem are d

(A): Thevenin's theorem and Norton's theorem are d

"In any linear bilateral network, if a source of

e.m.f. E in

e.m.f. E in

A circuit is replaced by its Thevenin's equivalent to find c

The Thevenin's equivalent of network in figure

(1) is a 10 V

(1) is a 10 V

Figure shows a dc circuit fed by a currentsource.

With resp

With resp