Why is the current in a section of a circuit consisting of parallel-connected conductors equal to the sum of the currents in these conductors?

From the law of conservation of electric charge, it follows that the charge that has passed through a section of the circuit containing parallel-connected conductors is equal to the sum of the charges that have passed through each of these conductors.

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