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A practical current source is usually represented by 

a. A resistance in series with an ideal current source. 

b. A resistance in parallel with an ideal current source. 

c. A resistance in parallel with an ideal voltage source. 

d. None of the above. 

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A practical current source is usually represented by a resistance in parallel with an ideal current source.

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