1. In Ohm's Law, the voltage across a resistor is equal to the product of the current through the resistor and what?

2. Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL) states that the algebraic sum of all voltages within a loop or mesh in a network is equal to what?

3. The Thevenin's theorem helps to simplify the analysis of complex circuits. It states that a complex two-terminal circuit can be replaced with an equivalent circuit having a single voltage source, a single series resistance, and a load resistance. The first step in Thevenin's theorem is to calculate what?

4. In circuit analysis, the term node refers to what?

5. In nodal analysis, what is a supernode?

6. What does the Superposition Theorem state in the analysis of electric circuits?

7. In circuit analysis, what does a mesh represent?

8. What does Norton's Theorem state?

9. What is generally the last step when using Millman's Theorem for circuit analysis?

10. What is the goal of the method of Source Transformation in circuit analysis?