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Electronic circuit

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  1. a closed path formed by the interconnection of electronic components through which an electric current can flow

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  2. The electronic circuits may be physically constructed using any number of methods. Breadboards, perfboards or stripboards are common for testing new designs

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  3. Mass-produced circuits are typically built using a printed circuit board (PCB) that is used to mechanically support and electrically connect electronic components

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  4. Electronic Circuits

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  5. A physical circuit
    A physical circuit

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