To determine the voltage resistors in DC circuit using Kirchhoff’s laws andcompare the values obtained with the observed onesTo understand the concept of Voltage rise and Voltage drop and relate them withKirchhoff’s law. Is tB.How the concepts were used in the experimentThe concept of Kirchhoff’s law is the most important part of this experiment ormust be the highlight of it. This allows us to trace a point in a circuit around toother points in the circuit, and finally back in the initial point of the circuit. Itdoesn’t matter which point we start or which direction we proceed in tracing theloop. The most important thing is to meet the concept of Kirchhoff’s law thatmeans to be the sum of all voltage will be still zero.C.Insights, Understanding and LearningsThis experiment let us gather different concepts regarding Kirchhoff’s law andsome information pertaining to the nature of it and how can circuits (parallel orseries) be applied in the real-life situation. This experiment also includes real life situation, including some conceptsregarding circuits and how to perform or make a system for your own phase andhow it will work at your own phase. It requires different casualties in our lifesince we live in 21st
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