Like the above said, in parallel there might or might not be some variation in brightness between the parallel branches. To even out the brightness, you may have to "play around" with resistors. Put a slightly larger resistor at the brighter branch or put slightly smaller resistor on the dimmer branch, or do that to both branches.No worries, but there are some nuances with LEDs. Actually putting them in parallel will cause them to share current differently, making some light and some dim. Then some melt and the others light, then they all become dim forever.
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