**Kirchhoff’s Laws: **Kirchoff's Law means Kirchoff's current law and Kirchoff's voltage law, measuring the total current and total voltage accordingly.

**Kirchhoff's Current Law (KCL):**

The total current entering a junction is equal to the total current leaving the junction.

**Kirchhoff's Voltage Law (KVL):**The total voltage around any closed loop in a circuit is equal to the sum of the voltage drops.

**Determination of Voltage Sign:**Assigning polarities to voltage drops and rises in a circuit.

**Assumed Direction of Current:**Choosing a direction for current flow in a circuit.

**Solving Simultaneous Equations:**Applying mathematical methods to find solutions for systems of simultaneous equations.

**Determinants:**Mathematical tools used in solving systems of linear equations.

**Solving Equations With Two/Three Unknowns:**Techniques for solving equations involving two or three unknowns.

**Independent and Dependent Sources:**Differentiating between sources that provide a constant value (independent) and those dependent on circuit variables.

**Maxwell’s Loop Current Method**:A method for solving electrical circuits using loop currents.

**Mesh Analysis Using Matrix Form:**Applying matrix methods to solve circuits using mesh analysis.

**Nodal Analysis with Voltage/Current Sources:**Analyzing circuits using nodal analysis with different types of sources.

**Source Conversion:**Converting voltage sources to current sources and vice versa.

**Ideal Constant-Voltage/Current Source:**Understanding and analyzing circuits with ideal constant-voltage or constant-current sources.

**Superposition Theorem:**Solving linear circuits with multiple sources by considering each source separately.

**Thevenin Theorem:**Representing a complex circuit with a simplified equivalent circuit comprising a voltage source, a resistor, and a load.

**How to Thevenize a Given Circuit?**Steps to find the Thevenin equivalent of a circuit.

**Reciprocity Theorem:**Stating that the ratio of currents in two branches of a linear bilateral network remains the same when sources are interchanged.

**Delta/Star Transformation:**Techniques for converting between delta (Δ) and star (Y) configurations.

**Star/Delta Transformation:**Techniques for converting between star (Y) and delta (Δ) configurations.

**Compensation Theorem:**A theorem states that if a current source is added in parallel to a branch, it compensates for the current flowing through that branch.

**Norton’s Theorem:**Similar to Thevenin's theorem, but the equivalent circuit consists of a current source, a resistor, and a load.

**How to Nortanize a Given Circuit?**Steps to find the Norton equivalent of a circuit.

**General Instructions for Finding Norton Equivalent Circuit:**Step-by-step guidelines for finding the Norton equivalent circuit.

**Millman’s Theorem:**Simplifying a network of parallel branches into an equivalent circuit with a single voltage source and a single resistor.

**Generalized Form of Millman's Theorem:**Extending Millman's theorem to circuits with multiple voltage sources.

**Maximum Power Transfer Theorem:**Stating that maximum power is transferred from a source to a load when the load resistance is equal to the source resistance.

**Power Transfer Efficiency:**Evaluating how efficiently power is transferred from a source to a load.

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