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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Doing circuit analysis everything comes in rectangular loops and it just adds more rectangles. In my Circuit Analysis studies we don't even use the ground symbol. But my teacher referred to the ground symbol once as the reference node which we use in the Node Voltage Method.

In reality circuit just have wires everywhere with not much rectangular loops. How am I meant to apply what I have learnt to circuits like this.

Why is this?

(I have yet to study Thevenin theorem and Norton theorem, will that enable to analyze more complex circuits? Also we have only dealt with resistors not really any other electronic element, we study that later I think)

In reality circuit just have wires everywhere with not much rectangular loops. How am I meant to apply what I have learnt to circuits like this.

Why is this?

(I have yet to study Thevenin theorem and Norton theorem, will that enable to analyze more complex circuits? Also we have only dealt with resistors not really any other electronic element, we study that later I think)