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.
It's a handy theorem for determining the voltage across and current through a load. The parallel generator theorem is another name for it. A combination of voltage and current sources connected in parallel can be reduced to a single equivalent voltage or current source.
This Millman's theorem can be used to calculate the voltage across a collection of parallel branches when there are enough voltage sources to prevent a solution using a series-parallel reduction method.
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