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the total resistance between any two terminals must be the same.' But why ? I can't convince myself that it is sufficient condition for the equivalence of circuits.

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- Thread starter arpon
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the total resistance between any two terminals must be the same.' But why ? I can't convince myself that it is sufficient condition for the equivalence of circuits.

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the total resistance between any two terminals must be the same.' But why ? I can't convince myself that it is sufficient condition for the equivalence of circuits.

In order to input/output currents for given voltage be the same. What else did you expect to mean by the equivalence of the circuits?

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