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A resistive circuit is an ideal current source, resistor and voltage source. Resistors are used to connect the ideal current source to the voltage source. Ideal sources are made of resistors, while real current sources can be created by power supply or anything else. The ideal current source that I am referring to is a resistive circuit that contains only resistors and ideal voltage sources. Resistive capacitors (RC) and inductors (LG) are widely used in circuit analysis, but the contributions of resistive circuits to the analysis of DC systems should not be ignored.

In a resistive circuit Ohm's Law : Voltage = Current Times Resistance Ohm's Law V = A x R V = voltage (volts) A = current (amps) R = resistance (ohms)

Pure resistive circuit is a new type of electric circuit, which is very useful in signal processing, communication and computer control. In a purely resistive circuit, the power is never zero. A resistive circuit has a positive and negative voltage control inputs. The current gets controlled by the voltage. But, if both the inputs are equal, the current is zero. If one of those two is not equal to all others (which is not the case in our case), then we can think that there could be a power cycle.

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