In any linear network, the elements like inductor, resistor and capacitor always_________

Which type of networks allow the physical separability of the network elements (resistors, inductors & capacitors) for analysis purpose?

Which law plays a significant role in the loop analysis of the network?

How is the loop analysis different in application/functioning level as compared to Kirchoff's law?

Which theorem assists in replacement of an impedance branch over the network by the other network comprising different circuit components, without affecting the V-I relations throughout the entire network?

What should be done, if the dependent current and voltage sources are present in a circuit while applying 'Superposition Theorem'?

Which is the correct sequential order of steps to be undertaken while applying Thevenin's theorem?

A. Calculation of Thevenin's equivalent voltage
B. Removal of branch impedance through which required current is to be estimated
C. Estimation of equivalent impedance between two terminals of the branch
D. Estimation of branch current by schematic representation of Thevenin's equivalent circuit

Which among the below specified assertions are precisely related to the conditions applicable for a path to be an improper subgraph?

A. Incidence of a single branch at a terminating node
B. Incidence of two branches at the remaining nodes

How many number of minimum end nodes or terminal nodes are involved in a tree, according to its properties?

What will be the value of a rectangular (complete incidence) matrix, if an associated branch is oriented towards the node?