I'm exploring voltage dividers and am puzzled by the conclusion made by the YouTuber in this video:
"If you apply Ohm's law, you find that 1 V spread across two equal-value resistors gives you 0.5 V in the middle [. . .] and as you would expect, four equal-value resistors would give you 0.25 V, 0.5 V, and 0.75 V."
I'm trying to work this conclusion out mathematically to try and make sense of it, but am not having much luck. Could someone please explain?