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Given any 'blackbox' circuit, for which the values of the thevenin voltage and thevenin resistance are known. And given that a non-linear device is placed across the terminals of the circuit. What relation would one use to find the current across the device. Since it is non-linear, i am guessing V/R does not apply.

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# Non-linear device

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