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Now day’s education is a vital part of our lives, it’s hard to build a future without a high school degree and a college degree. Therefore, a candidate who graduates from high school or college, are more prepared than others that will get them that perfect job. Walking down the aisle of our old high school. My sister and me on our graduation day, May 1995

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Ac Network TheoremKirchhoffs LawKirchhoffs current law (KCL) imposes constraints on the currents in the branches that are attached to each node of a circuit. In simplest terms, KCL states that the sum of the currents that are entering a given node must equal the sum of the currents that are leaving the node. Thus, the set of currents in branches attached to a given node can be partitioned into two groups whose orientation is away from (into) the node. The two groups must contain the same net current. In general, the currents entering or leaving each node m of a circuit must satisfywhere ikm(t) is understood to be the current in branch k attached to node m. The currents used in this expression are understood to be the currents that would be measured in the branches attached to the node, and their values include a magnitude and an algebraic sign. If the measurement convention

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