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How do I know which KCL & KVL equations are independent? I mean I can make the equations but that little detail is kinda tricky to me

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  1. Tweedle_Dee Group Title
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    For KVL, the number of independent equations = number of small loops that can be formed. By small loop, I mean a loop that does not contain another loop within it. Number of KCL equations = number of nodes minus 1. If you have 4 nodes, you can use any 3 nodes to create equations, but often one will stick out as a good reference point, making the equations a little simpler, and not used. Hope that helps.

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    for KVL first of all identify no. of mesh..then assume individual current for all mesh.. now for all individual mesh write eqn sum of all drop in a mesh=sum of all applied sources..

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    can you elaborate sharadtripathi? thaks Tweedle good answer I was looking now for a math way of knowing the exact number of independent equations you reasoning seems right thank you so much

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