All circuits form a complete, regardless of purpose


This is true.  For a circuit to work it has to be complete. The current must flow from a certain point (source) say a cell or battery and back making a complete loop. We say that current is the flow of charges from the positive terminal to a negative terminal of a cell. For it to perform a certain task then it has to be complete regardless of the purpose.

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