Current in parallel circuits

The current in a parallel circuit splits into different branches then combines again before it goes back into the supply. When the current splits, the current in each branch after the split adds up to the same as the current just before the split.

A circuit with an open switch, followed by an ammeter which reads 0.2A with the switch closed and then a cell all on the top horizontal.  On the bottom horizontal is  one lamp. A wire connects the left hand vertical to the right hand vertical through the middle, there is a lamp on this.   Label 1 is on the left hand vertical above the bisecting wire, label 2 is on the bisecting wire before the lamp, label 3 is opposite label 2 on the right hand side, and label four is on the bottom horizontal to the right of the lamp.

Looking at the parallel circuit above, where the lamps have equal resistance - what is the reading at?

1) Position 1: \(0.2 A\), \(0.1 A\) or \(0.0 A\)

2) Position 2: \(0.2 A\), \(0.1 A\) or \(0.0 A\)

3) Position 3: \(0.2 A\), \(0.1 A\) or \(0.0 A\)

4) Position 4: \(0.2 A\), \(0.1 A\) or \(0.0 A\)

Position 1 = \(0.2 A\)

Position 2 = \(0.1 A\)

Position 3 = \(0.2 A\)

Position 4 = \(0.1 A\)