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Conclusion:

From the node voltage method is generally best in the case of several voltage sources, and it works with both planar and nonplanar circuits. A reference node is chosen from among the essential nodes. Voltage variables are assigned at the remaining essential nodes, and Kirchhoff's current law is used to write one equation per voltage variable. The Mesh (loop) analysis is generally best in the case of several current sources, and it works only with planar circuits. Mesh currents are assigned to each mesh, and Kirchhoff's voltage law is used to write one equation per mesh. In a circuit with multiple independent sources, superposition allows us to activate one source at a time and sum the resulting voltages and currents to determine the voltages and currents that exist when all independent sources are active. Dependent sources are never deactivated when applying superposition. Nodal Method is used to find out nodal voltages, while Mesh Method is used to find out branch's currents, while Superposition is used to find out the voltages and currents in the circuit.