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Thevenin & Norton Examples – Thevenin Equivalent Circuit Theory – Part 5

In this example, the Thevenin equivalent is derived using the concept of superposition. In using the superposition concept, you test one source at a time and remove the others to find the output due to that source. To replace an independent voltage source, you replace it with a short circuit. To remove an independent a current source, you replace it with a open circuit.

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