According to Thevenin's theorem, any linear circuit, no matter how complex, may be simplified to an equivalent circuit with a single voltage source and a series resistance.
The process of reducing a complicated circuit to an equivalent circuit consisting of a single voltage source (VTH) in series with a single resistance (RTH) and a load resistance is known as Thévenin's theorem (RL).
The resistance measured at terminals AB with all voltage sources replaced by short circuits and all current sources replaced by open circuits is the Thevenin resistance utilized in Thevenin's Theorem.
Thevenin's theorem employs a voltage source, whereas Norton's theorem uses a current source. Thevenin's theorem employs a series resistor, whereas Norton's theorem uses a parallel resistor with the source.
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