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arindameducationusc

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How to take out node in a circuit? @Robert136 @Astrophysics @Michele_Laino

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    hi there! can you scan or link a specific question pls :p

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    If you are using the "nodal analysis" method, you will designate one node as a reference node so that means you only have to write Kirchoff's current law for the remaining (n-1) nodes. Now any further reduction will depend on the context of the circuoit.

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