**Linear circuit**

Parameters of a circuit which remain constant even when there is a change in current or voltage is known as a linear circuit.

**Unilateral circuit**

A circuit whose characteristics or properties do not remain same and undergo a change of direction of its operator.

**Electric network**

This type of network comes to focus when certain electric parameters or elements combine with each other in a specific arrangement or manner.

**Passive network**

This network does not have any source of electromotive force.

**Branch**

Branch is a network’s part which is situated between 2 junctions.

**Circuit**

The path (conductive) via which electric current intends to flow or actually flows is known as a circuit.

**Non-linear circuit**

When the parameter of a circuit showcases a current change or a voltage change, it is termed as anon-linear circuit.

**Bilateral circuit**

The characteristics or a property of a circuit which remains similar in any direction is called bilateral circuit.

**Active network**

A network containing a single or more than one e.m.f. source is called active network.

**Node**

In a circuit, there is a specific junction where 2 or more than 2 circuit elements are linked together.

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