ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT

ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT

An electrical circuit refers to a closed path through which electric current flows. It is composed of various electrical components,
such as resistors, capacitors, inductors, and voltage or current sources, connected together by conductive wires or traces.
These components are arranged in a specific configuration to perform desired functions, such as controlling the flow of current,
transforming energy, or generating signals. The circuit can be powered by a direct current (DC) source or an alternating current (AC) source.
The behavior of an electrical circuit is governed by the principles of Ohm's law and Kirchhoff's laws, which determine voltage, current, and power
relationships within the circuit.

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