This tutorial introduces current division. Current divider circuits (aka simple parallel resistors) are circuits that just have a single power source and more than one resistor in parallel. The resistors heads are all connected to one node, and the tails, to another, so the voltage drop across each of them is the same. The total current provided by the power source is divided among each of the resistors. The total current flowing through each resistor is equal to the total current supplied by the power source.