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Q: What is a simple explanation for the chayes-mckellar-winn theorem?

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Simple Explanation was created on 2009-04-06.

A: THEVENIN theorem simply is a way to simplify a complex input and resistance to a simple form. maybe you are confusing it with nodal analysis

I'm not sure who you mean by "they"; but it's a simple theorem: A^2 + B^2 = C^2

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She said a simple explanation: Hamlet is insane.

It is a simple application of Pythagoras's theorem.

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there is no simple answer, but there is a bunch of code, and complex programming involved.

By using Thevenin's theorem we can make a complex circuit into a simple circuit with a voltage source(Vth) in series with a resistance(Rth)

Just for simple polygons with integral vertices.

By using Thevenin's theorem we can make a complex circuit into a simple circuit with a voltage source(Vth) in series with a resistance(Rth)

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