Why, when the resistors are connected in parallel in the circuit, the voltages between the terminals of these resistors are equal?

Voltage is the potential difference between points, because all elements of the circuit when connected in parallel are connected to the same points, then the potential difference, and, therefore, the voltage in each section is the same.

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