Method of Symmetry for Circuits

Hi people!

I have been studying the method of symmetry, but can't really interpret what it really is. How can we define symmetry? How can we solve problems with it? Please describe the same in the note.

Thanks!

Swapnil Das

Note by Swapnil Das
2 years, 2 months ago

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First make sure that you have a circuit symmetric about any line perpendicular to the line joining the points between which a potential difference is given. Then imagine that you remove all the connections made on the line of symmetry and connect each object with its image and consider the resulting circuit as the actual one .

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