Independence of Currents in ParallelCircuits

If a number of parallel circuits of comparatively high resistance are supplied by a single generator of comparatively low resistance, the current passed through each one will be almost the same whether a single one or all are connected. Under the conditions named the currents are practically independent of each other.

[Transcriber's note: The current in each parallel branch depends on the resistance/impedance of that branch. Only if they all have the same impedance will the currentbe the same.]