Kirchhoff's laws

Kirchhoff's laws of electric circuits

Kirchhoff's laws are two laws governing electric circuits involving Ohm'slaw conductors and sources
of electromotive force, stated
by Gustav Kirchhoff. They assert that
the sums of the outgoing and incoming currents at any junction in the circuit must be equal, and that the sum of the currentresistance
products around any closed path must equal the total electromotive force
in it.
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