B Concepts or Principles Used Kirchhoffs Law current flowing into a node or an

# B concepts or principles used kirchhoffs law current

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B. Concepts or Principles Used Kirchhoff’s Law, current flowing into a node (or an intersection must be equivalent to the current streaming out of it. This is an outcome of charge protection. Ohm’s Law, current through a conductor between two points is directly proportional to the voltage across the two points. Junction Law , the sum of current through any junction is equal to zero Loop Law , in any loop, the sum of potential drops and voltages from the battery is equal to zero C. Relation of Data to the Concept or Principle of the Experiment

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As observed, upon gathering the data, we can see the concept or principle of the experiment by theoretically measuring all the voltages and currents in the circuit so that we can compare them and be able to measure values. Moreover, we can also compute the error using the given data gathered in the experiment and we can use the two measurement and provide a brief explanation for errors. II. Conclusion A. Overall success of the experiment To determine the current through resistors in a DC circuit work using Kirchhoff’s law and compare the values obtained with the observed ones.
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