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Norton's equivalent of a circuit consists of a 

1. Constant current generator with parallel impedance 

2. Constant current generator in series with an infinite resistance 

3. Constant current generator in parallel with high impedance 

4. Constant current generator in series with low impedance

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Norton's equivalent of a circuit consists of a Constant current generator with parallel impedance 

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