**I1 , I2 = Desired value of currents in the resistors. **

**and we have derived the voltage divider equation: The output voltage equals the input voltage scaled by a ratio of resistors: the bottom resistor divided by the sum of the resistors. **

**and we have derived the voltage divider equation: The output voltage equals the input voltage scaled by a ratio of resistors: the bottom resistor divided by the sum of the resistors. I1 , I2 = Desired value of currents in the resistors. **

**Resistance: The total resistance of a parallel circuit is less than any of the individual brand resistances. **

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**Find out the total current and the current flowing through each resistor in the parallel circuit using the current division. For resistors R 1 and R 2, Notice the subscripts. Current in R2. **

**= Voltage across the parallel circuit = = (as the voltage is same across all the components of the parallel circuit) May 15, 2020 · The formula for current division rule may be written as below. **

**That gives you R n = (1/R - 1/R₁ + 1/R₂ + ) -1 For example, if you have. . **

**1. Kirchhoff's Voltage Law can be written as, \large\displaystyle \sum_n v_n = 0 n∑v n = 0. . **

**1. . . IT = Total Input Current. SV RS. **

**If you consider 2 resistors in parallel, total resistance calculated as: 1/RT = 1/R1 + 1/R2. **