Lab # 8: THEVENIN EQUIVALENT CIRCUITIntroductionThis laboratory experiment will help the students to verify the concept of TheveninEquivalentcircuits for a given resistive circuit.Objectives1.Verify the Thevenin’s theorem through an experiment.2.Find theRTHby various methods and compare values.Conduct of LabThe students are required to work in groups of three to four; each student must attempt tounderstand and use the laboratoy set-up and conduct at least one or two parts of the requirementexperimentation.The lab engineer will be available to assit the students.In case some aspect of the lab experiment is not understood the students are advised to seek helpfrom the teacher or the assigned Lab Engineer.Lab EquipmentThe following equipment would be used in this experiment:BreadboardThe MultimeterThe Power SupplyMultimeterCircuit componentsOverview:Thevenin’s theorem states that any linear two-terminal circuit (Fig. 1a) can be replaced by anequivalent circuit (Fig. 1b) consisting of a voltage sourceVTHin series with a resistanceRTHwhereVTHis the open-circuit voltage at the terminals, andRTHis the equivalent resistance seen thru the terminals provided that all the independent