in superposition theorem, if there is an open circuit the connected resistor will be cancelled?
Thread Starter topi sevilla Joined Jan 30, 2016 1 Jan 30, 2016 #1 in superposition theorem, if there is an open circuit the connected resistor will be cancelled?
Jony130 Joined Feb 17, 2009 5,475 Jan 30, 2016 #3 topi sevilla said: in superposition theorem, if there is an open circuit the connected resistor will be cancelled? Click to expand... Yes.
topi sevilla said: in superposition theorem, if there is an open circuit the connected resistor will be cancelled? Click to expand... Yes.
crutschow Joined Mar 14, 2008 33,330 Jan 30, 2016 #4 Since no current can pass through an open circuit, then whether there are resistors connected on not makes no difference to the rest of the circuit. The resistor is "cancelled".
Since no current can pass through an open circuit, then whether there are resistors connected on not makes no difference to the rest of the circuit. The resistor is "cancelled".