# Voltage and current divider equations

**Current Divider Formula**vs.

**Voltage Divider Formula**. It is quite easy to confuse these two

**equations**, getting the resistance ratios backward. One way to help remember the proper form is to keep in mind that both ratios in the

**voltage**and

**current divider equations**must be less than one. After all, these are

**divider equations**, not multiplier.

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**Current divider equations**and

**voltage divider**formulas help you better understand resistor functions in electronic circuits. The

**current divider**circuit is a parallel circuit in which the source

**current**or power supply

**current**divided into a multiple parallel paths. In a parallel circuit, the terminals of all components are connected together, sharing the same two.

**divider**is constant (ignoring the regulator bias

**current**) and therefore the

**current**will be proportional to the regulator output

**voltage**, so we can say that: V R E F R 2 = 12 4.5 ⋅ V R E F R 2 + R P O T. so. R 2 = 5 k Ω ( 12 V / 4.5 V) − 1. whereupon you can easily solve for R1.

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**volts**, you will get 4

**Volts**from the same

**divider**. If we use 200 ohms for R1 and 100 ohms for R2, same output

**voltage**will be obtained, but

**current**will be more.

**Voltage and Current divider Current divider**. Apr 09, 2022 · Learn about

**voltage divider**circuits and the

**voltage divider formula**, and see.

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**And current**‘i’ is flowing though them causing a

**voltage**drop of v1 across r1 and

**voltage**drop of v2 across r2. As this is a closed-loop, the

**current**flowing though it will be the same. For deriving output

**voltage**formulae we need to apply Ohms law across each resistor and the putting the values in

**equation**obtained by KCL (Kirchhoff’s Kurrent Law) as shown below.