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Make measurements to verify that Kirchhoff's current law is satisfied for some relatively arbitrary circuit.

Kirchhoff's current law and Kirchhoff's voltage law are the basis for analysis of lumped parameter circuits. These laws, together with the voltage-current characteristics of the circuit elements in the system, provide us with the ability to perform a systematic analysis of any electrical network. Kirchhoff's current law (commonly abbreviated in these exercises as KCL) states: The algebraic sum of all currents entering (or leaving) a node is zero.

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to Kirchhoff's current law.

This exercise uses concepts introduced in our experiment relative to Kirchhoff's current law.