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Why this should make the two circuits equal? How can we apply superposition here? I have searched everywhere for this answer, In no where anyone explained this. Please explain the principle or this way of proof

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- Thread starter Biker
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Why this should make the two circuits equal? How can we apply superposition here? I have searched everywhere for this answer, In no where anyone explained this. Please explain the principle or this way of proof

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In general, when equations are linear you can apply superposition.

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Yes I know that but I am asking how you can do that? Like what codition do you put in each situation then sum it up?In general, when equations are linear you can apply superposition.

In wikipedia they put some conditions on the current in 3 situation but I didnt understand how ?

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