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  1. Sir, But when we solved the first problem by Thevenin’s theorem we got the current through load resistance as 0.84 A but when we solved the same circuit with Norton’s theorem we got the current through load resistance as 0.52 A. Now I am confused, I think we should get same amount of current through load resistance. Please correct me and reply.

    1. You will get the same amount of current through load resistance, when it is solved by using Thevenin’s theorem. I have solved the same problem using Thevenin’s theorem. Check this solved problem.