1. Which one of the following theorems enables a number of current (or voltage) source to be combined directly into a single current (or voltage) source?

- Millman’s theorem
- Superposition theorem
- Norton theorem
- Compensation theorem

2. Millman’s theorem yields equivalent

- voltage source
- current source
- voltage source or current source
- impedance or resistance

3. Which theorem is this? “This theorem is applicable only to two sources directly connected in parallel. This theorem is not applicable where there are resistance elements between the sources”.

- compensation theorem
- thevenin’s theorem
- reciprocity theorem
- millman’s theorem