According to Millman's theorem, each of the voltage sources and their related resistors generates a current, and the overall current generated by the circuit is equal to the sum of all currents.
According to the reciprocity theorem, the current flowing through a circuit due to a voltage at a second point is the same as the current flowing through the circuit due to the same voltage at the first point. For practically all passive networks, the reciprocity theorem holds true.
According to Millman's Theorem, when a number of voltage sources (V1, V2, V3......... Vn) are connected in parallel and have internal resistance (R1, R2, R3............. Rn), the arrangement can be replaced by a single equivalent voltage source V in series with an equivalent series resistance R.
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