current divider

Interesting thing about current divider is that current through resistor R1 is directly proportional to resistor R2 value, while current through resis
tor R2 is directly proportional to resistor R1 value. It might be confusing at the first glance, but it is quite logical. If neighboring resistor is l arge, more current will flow through out given resistor and vice versa.
Read more.
http://www.cirvirlab.com/index.php/electric/current-divider-formula.html
and also calculate:
http://www.cirvirlab.com/index.php/calculators/current-divider-calculator.h tml
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