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SINGLE LOOP CIRCUITS BACKGROUND: USING KVL AND KCL WE CAN  WRITE ENOUGH EQUATIONS TO ANALYZE ANY LINEAR CIRCUIT. WE NOW START THE STUDY  OF SYSTEMATIC, AND EFFICIENT, WAYS OF  USING THE FUNDAMENTAL CIRCUIT LAWS a b c d e f 1 2 3 4 5 6 6   b r a n c h e s 6   n o d e s 1   l o o p A L L   E L E M E N T S   I N   S E R I E S O N L Y   O N E   C U R R E N T WRITE 5 KCL EQS OR DETERMINE THE ONLY CURRENT FLOWING VOLTAGE DIVISION: THE SIMPLEST CASE HE PLAN  BEGIN WITH THE SIMPLEST ONE LOOP CIRCUIT  EXTEND RESULTS TO MULTIPLE SOURCE  AND MULTIPLE RESISTORS CIRCUITS KVL ON   THIS  LOOP IMPORTANT VOLTAGE DIVIDER EQUATIONS
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) ( 2 1 1 1 t v R R R v R + = SUMMARY OF BASIC VOLTAGE DIVIDER = = = k R k R V V S 30 , 90 , 9 2 1   : EXAMPLE = k R 15 1 A “PRACTICAL” POWER APPLICATION VOLUME CONTROL? HOW CAN ONE REDUCE THE LOSSES?
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THE CONCEPT OF EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
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