The y values of the superposition of many curves at specified x values are returned by this function. yv = superposition(xv,x1,y1,x2,y1,x3,y3) returns the y values for the curves provided by the vectors (x1,y1), (x2,y2), (x3,y3) at the x values specified in xv.
This theorem provides insight into the circuit's behaviour. It also aids in the proof of a number of other theorems. The substitution theorem, on the other hand, cannot be used to solve a theorem with more than two sources that are not connected in series or parallel.
According to the Superposition Theorem, a circuit may be examined with only one source of power at a time, and the related component voltages and currents can be algebraically summed to find out what they'll do when all power sources are active.
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