# Reducing Circuits

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by farmd684, Jul 21, 2009.

1. ### farmd684 Thread Starter New Member

Jan 20, 2009
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I have so many home works that all are related with reding the circuits. But i m lost sometimes reducing the circuits. I wanna know is the any specific method that i can use to reduce any time of complicated circuits to simplest ones that will help me a lot.
Thanks

2. ### StayatHomeElectronics Well-Known Member

Sep 25, 2008
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Are you asking about digital logic circuits?

What topics have you been going over in the class that the homework is for?

3. ### scythe Active Member

Mar 23, 2009
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your question is very broad. what types of circuits are you looking at? resistor circuits? RCL circuits? how are you trying to simplify them? simplifying resistances? Thevenin equivalents? if you want a practical answer, you have to be a little more specific...

4. ### farmd684 Thread Starter New Member

Jan 20, 2009
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sorry for my question. I was talking about the DC circuits since i m a first year student of EEE. There are many complicated circuits which i have to solve without using any theorems like mesh node or something like that. So i have to solve them simply by hand to a simplest reduced form to find the currents and the voltage across all resistors.
Thanks

5. ### StayatHomeElectronics Well-Known Member

Sep 25, 2008
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So, series and parallel resistors with voltage and current sources?

Why don't you show an example of what you mean?

6. ### farmd684 Thread Starter New Member

Jan 20, 2009
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yup series parallel resistors with voltage and current sources thats what i m talking about.

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8. ### farmd684 Thread Starter New Member

Jan 20, 2009
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THanks for that that is very helpful. But i have more complex problems that needs nodal method of reducing complex circuits.

9. ### The Electrician AAC Fanatic!

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Give an example of one of your problems with a schematic and statement of the problem, and someone can probably help you.