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The superposition theorem is one of the most important results in number theory. It states that if two integers are not equal, then they can be multiplied by an integer between zero and one. Thevenin Equivalence or Norton Equivalence is a set of rules for converting circuit diagrams into their equivalent circuits. Thevenin Equivalence is used for circuit analysis, circuit simulation, etc.

Yes, the superposition theorem is applicable to AC circuits as well. the superposition theorem is a powerful result that allows us to write circuits with arbitrary linear elements, regardless of whether they are combinatorial objects or deterministic objects. This property is used for describing how certain circuits can be built from other circuits. Superposition is one of the most important operations in circuit theory. We can find many practical applications of superposition. Let's see how it can be used with AC circuits.

Limitations of Superposition Theorem: The power equation is not linear. Therefore the superposition theorem cannot be used to calculate the power of two batteries connected in series. In the power calculations superposition theorem, the voltage is drawn from a source with an infinite source capacity and a current drawn from a sink with a finite source capacity. When the two sources are multiplied with each other, they present a sum of infinite voltage and infinite current.

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