How are the laws concerning the flow of the current in forks of the electric circuit called?

Ampère's circuit laws
Kirchhoff's circuit laws
Faraday's circuit laws
Ohm's circuit laws
Kirch­hof­f's current law is also called Kirch­hof­f's first law, Kirch­hof­f's point rule, or Kirch­hof­f's junction rule (or nodal rule). The prin­ci­ple of con­ser­va­tion of electric charge implies that: At any node (junc­tion) in an elec­tri­cal circuit, the sum of currents flowing into that node is equal to the sum of currents flowing out of that node or equiv­a­lent­ly The al­ge­bra­ic sum of currents in a network of con­duc­tors meeting at a point is zero.

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