It depends on the cost or metrics of the two links you're talking about. By default EIGRP load balances across equal-cost links and will load balance across up to 4 equal cost links. If you want EIGRP routes to be load balanced across 6 equal cost links then use the maximum-paths x statement under the EIGRP process. If you have two unequal cost links then you can use the variance router configuration command to have load balancing across unequal links
'show ip eigrp topology' shows you the Successor (best path) and Feasible-Successor (next best path) to every subnet known via EIGRP.
Sometimes you may have alternate paths that are not Feasible-Successors which you can see with 'show ip eigrp topology all-links'
You can go into further detail on a per destination basis with 'show ip eigrp topology 10.1.1.0 255.255.255.0' ... where 10.1.1.0 is used as an example subnet. This will show you the metrics of each patch to a destination.
I have attached a good document explaining all of this for you.
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