A linear circuit sufficiently models behavior using only linear elements and independent sources. The outcome of a linear circuit is that the output is a linear function of the input.

The video will discuss two key properties associated with linear circuits: homogeneity and additvity. Homogeneity means that the output is proportional to the input (signals produced by independent sources). An example of proporitionality is a voltage divider. The other property is called additivity. This means that the output due to two or more inputs is equivalent to adding individual outputs due to each applied input.

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