## Thevenin's TheoremAny combination of batteries and resistances with two terminals can be replaced by a single voltage source
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## Thevenin VoltageThe Thevenin voltage
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## Thevenin/Norton ResistanceThe Thevenin resistance
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## Thevenin Example Replacing a network by its Thevenin equivalent can simplify the analysis of a complex circuit. In this example, the Thevenin voltage is just the output of the voltage divider formed by and . The Thevenin resistance is the resistance looking back from AB with replaced by a short circuit.
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