Secondly, compare between the printed and measured resistance, which should have a small difference. The second phase is to implement the power supply for the circuit in a way that the output yields 10 volts while the other is putting out 5 volts.
The experiment led to the formation of Thevenin’s circuits both connected in series and parallel by using the two DC power supply and the three resistors. The third step is to use the initial resistors by adding them to the circuit. The last phase of the experiment is to measure the open circuit voltage, the short circuit current and the equivalent resistance and to comparison of the outcomes. At the end of the experiment, there was a difference in computed and measured values and the definition of Thevenin’s theorem in equivalent for linear and resistive circuits. The purpose of the experiment is to give the credible results of resistivity test showing the importance of the lab session and the