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Answered 2010-11-01 12:59:27

Superposition theorem can be applied if-

1) The network is linear

2) The solution of the network is unique

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What type of circuit is Superposition theorem related to?

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Tell some advantages of superposition theorem in circuit analysis?

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What is Superposition Theorem in Electrical Network?

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What does the word application mean in math?

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