help,are norton and thevenim theorem used interchangibly?

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sarah630
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how do I know when to use norton theorem and when to use thevenim? hii .I am quite new to the topic and i got stuck at a question when i tried using thevenim (the mesh equations got confusing and some currents were contradicting but maybe it is my fault) but norton theorem worked..are there instances where norton theorem works but not thevenim? How can i distinguish which method to use? thank you in advance
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Thevenin and Norton circuits are completely equivalent, and can be constructed for any circuit. This site explains how to interconvert between them:
https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/tex...equivalencies/
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(Original post by lordaxil)
Thevenin and Norton circuits are completely equivalent, and can be constructed for any circuit. This site explains how to interconvert between them:
https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/tex...equivalencies/
Ah I see! Thank you!
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