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So I was studying up some electric current and doing electric current problems

I am clear with kirchoff's rules

And with series-parallel resistor combinations

But I am not quite clear with the symmetric distribution of current

Or symmetry in circuits, in particular

Could you guys explain the concept of symmetry to me?

Like what are the criteria to be kept in mind while looking for symmetry and when to and when not to use symmetry in electric circuits!

Help is much appreciated! !!:)

UchihaClan13

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