When resistors are introduced, it is explained that they can be either in series or in parallel configuration. In series means that the are traversed by the same current and one of the terminals of each resistor is connected to the other’s terminal( I am saying that because there can be two resistors in a circuit that are traversed by the same current but not be in series).
In parallel means that the terminals of two resistors are connected to each other and to a wire/conductor that is equipotential while the other two terminals are also interconnected to a wire that equipotential as well but at a different potential than the other wire. The voltage drop across both resistors is the same.
I checked a website that compared resistors in parallels and series.I believe that two or more resistors can be connected in such a way that they are not in series neither in parallel, i.e. they don’t have the same voltage drop and are not traversed by the same current…Is that correct? I think so… Do you have any good example?