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    What is meant by nortons theorem?

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    According to Norton’s theorem, any linear electrical network with voltage and current sources and only resistances can be simplified to an equivalent circuit consisting of just one equivalent current source connected in parallel with an equivalent resistance.

    The figure below explains how a network can be simplified using the Norton’s theorem.

    Norton's equivalent circuit

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