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  1. abu

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    can anyone draw me a circuit diagram of continuous voltage circuit and continuous current circuit...thank you
     
  2. davenn

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    hi there

    you need to tell us a lot more about what you are trying to achieve
     
  3. abu

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    i just want to know how these circuits looks like..i try web search but unable to find it....i think the circuit may be referring to parallel and series circuit ...just want confirmation or any other possible ideas...thank you
     
  4. davenn

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    not really sure what you mean by
    not commonly used terms

    hence why I was trying to get you to clarify ... it helps us to help you
     
  5. abu

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    that is the original term in the question...not sure what it means....btw thanks ...
     
  6. Laplace

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    Consulting the dictionary for the meaning of "continuous" yields the following possibilities: without a break, having continuity, uninterrupted, connected. So ask yourself- What would break the continuity of a circuit? Then don't put any of those in your circuit diagram.
     
  7. davenn

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    thread closed -- it isn't going anywhere

    @abu if you want to try again in a new thread you are welcome, but make it VERY CLEAR right from the start
    what you are trying to achieve


    Dave
     
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