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What is KCL and KVL law?

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Kcl means sum of entering currents is equal to sum of leaving currents.

Kvl means sum of voltages around a clised loop is equal to zero.
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Basically KCL and KVL are two laws that are presented by Kirchoff

KCL stands for kirchoff, s current law

And

KVL stands for kirchoff, s voltage law

According to KVL:sum of all the voltages in a closed loop is zero

For example

v1 +v2+ v3+ v4 =0

According to KCL:

Incoming current=outgoing current
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