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The summation of voltage drop across closed loop circuit which is linear is equal to the voltage supplies to circuit 
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it is the kircjohoffs Voltage law it can be defined as stated that the summation of applied voltage in loop which follows Ohm's law is equal to the voltage drop in the circuit
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