Struggling a bit here as I can't seem to find anything online (including in this forum) regarding placing one resistor on one half of a parallel circuit.

The source voltage is 12 volts DC, the first voltmeter (V1) is connected in series with the source, measuring 12 volts. After the first voltmeter (V1) the source lead is split into two paths, forming a parallel circuit. Along first of the parallel leads is the second voltmeter (V2); it is the only component along this parallel lead. Along the second of the parallel leads is a 10 ohm resistor (R1) before and in series with the third voltmeter (V3). The parallel leads then rejoin before the fourth voltmeter (V4) and return to the source's negative.

What would the voltage measurements at voltmeter 2 (V2), voltmeter 3 (V3) and voltmeter 4 (V4) be and why? I appreciate any feedback as I don't have any components I can test this with. Also, if this question is already answered please direct me to that resource.