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I wonder if anybody could clear this up for a beginner.

In the circuit attached: IsV OUT 1of a higher voltage thanV OUT 2?

Does the current travel at 9V, until it drops at R1? Does it drop again at R2 and give an even lower voltage to V OUT 2? Or does the presence of two resistors apply the total resistance to the entire circuit, giving both V OUTs equally lowered voltage?

Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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# Voltage Divider Circuits. Set Me Straight.

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