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In parallel circuits, components are connected alongside one another, forming extra loops.
Each lamp in a parallel circuit can be turned on or off independently of the others.
The brightness of each lamp in a parallel circuit is different.
The current in each branch of a parallel circuit is the same as the current from the power supply.
The combined resistance of resistors in parallel is always less than the resistance of either resistor.
The potential difference across each component in a parallel circuit is the same.
If one component in a parallel circuit fails, the entire circuit stops working.
The total current entering a junction in a parallel circuit is equal to the sum of the currents leaving the junction.
The combined resistance Rc of two resistors in parallel can be calculated using the formula Rc=R1R2 / R1+R2.
The total potential difference across components in a parallel circuit is equal to the sum of the individual potential differences.
The current in a parallel circuit is the same at all points.
Resistors in parallel have a combined resistance equal to the sum of their individual resistances.
The brightness of lamps in a parallel circuit remains constant regardless of the number of lamps.
The current in each branch of a parallel circuit must be different.
The voltage across resistors in parallel is different.