Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 1 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 60 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.4 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 80 ohms; and the diode forward voltage is 0.8 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.9 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 10 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.7 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.4 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 70 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.6 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.4 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 90 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 1.2 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 20 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.8 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.7 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 50 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.4 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 1.7 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 90 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.4 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 1.9 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 90 ohms; and the diode knee voltage is 0.3 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 3 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 30 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 90 ohms; and the diode knee voltage is 0.3 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.7 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 10 ohms; and the diode forward voltage is 0.7 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.1 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 30 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.8 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.9 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 100 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.7 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.6 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 70 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.8 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.7 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 10 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.4 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.2 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 90 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.4 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.3 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 100 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.4 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 50 ohms; and the diode knee voltage is 0.8 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 1.6 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 80 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.6 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 40 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.8 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 1.9 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 80 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.8 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.8 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 50 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.7 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.6 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 70 ohms; and the diode knee voltage is 0.4 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 20 ohms; and the diode forward voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 3 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 10 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.3 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.9 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 100 ohms; and the diode forward voltage is 0.7 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.3 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 10 ohms; and the diode forward voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the resistor. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 1.4 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 20 ohms; and the diode cut-in voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.4 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 10 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 0.5 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 60 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.7 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode. ]]>
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Diode Current Flow Given that the voltage source in the circuit below provides 2.3 volts; the resistor has a resistance of 40 ohms; and the diode maximum forward voltage is 0.5 volts, determine the current flowing through the diode. ]]>
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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 8 volts and the resistor is 40 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 10 volts and the resistors are both 50 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 9 volts and the resistor is 30 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Reverse Biased

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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 6 volts and the resistor is 30 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Reverse Biased

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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 4 volts and the resistor is 100 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Reverse Biased

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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 5 volts and the resistor is 100 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Reverse Biased

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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 8 volts and the resistor is 100 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Reverse Biased

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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 13 volts and the resistor is 60 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Reverse Biased

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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 12 volts and the resistor is 50 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Reverse Biased

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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 4 volts and the resistors are both 70 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Reverse Biased

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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 10 volts and the resistor is 90 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Reverse Biased

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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 12 volts and the resistors are both 80 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Reverse Biased

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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 5 volts and the resistor is 70 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 8 volts and the resistor is 30 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 13 volts and the resistor is 40 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Reverse Biased

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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 5 volts and the resistor is 80 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 5 volts and the resistor is 80 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Reverse Biased

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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 7 volts and the resistor is 60 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 10 volts and the resistor is 40 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc Forward Biased

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Diode Biasing Given that the voltage source in the circuit below supplies 11 volts and the resistors are both 10 ohms, determine if the diode is forward biased or reverse biased? ]]>
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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 5 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.6 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 24 mA.

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150 Ω

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7500 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 48 V; and the LED forward voltage is 1.4 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 29 mA.

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 470 Ω

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1800 Ω

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2200 Ω

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3300 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 63 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.2 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 30 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 330 Ω

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2200 Ω

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5600 Ω

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1200 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 64 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.4 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 18 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 6800 Ω

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200 Ω

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3600 Ω

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510 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 99 V; and the LED maximum forward voltage is 2 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 27 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 1200 Ω

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3600 Ω

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5600 Ω

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2200 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 100 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.4 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 30 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 360 Ω

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750 Ω

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4700 Ω

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3300 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 76 V; and the LED maximum forward voltage is 1.6 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 12 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 560 Ω

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360 Ω

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6800 Ω

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910 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 53 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.5 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 30 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 5600 Ω

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750 Ω

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1800 Ω

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3300 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 76 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.6 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 22 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 270 Ω

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220 Ω

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3600 Ω

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8200 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 84 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.9 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 14 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 2400 Ω

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1 kΩ

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6800 Ω

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330 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 76 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.6 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 10 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 1500 Ω

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390 Ω

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7500 Ω

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200 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 81 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.2 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 16 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 680 Ω

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150 Ω

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1 kΩ

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5100 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 81 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.7 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 9 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 240 Ω

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2200 Ω

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9100 Ω

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1200 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 66 V; and the LED maximum forward voltage is 1.8 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 14 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 680 Ω

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8200 Ω

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240 Ω

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4700 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 59 V; and the LED maximum forward voltage is 1.4 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 17 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 2200 Ω

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240 Ω

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220 Ω

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3600 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 80 V; and the LED forward voltage is 1.8 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 10 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 240 Ω

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1800 Ω

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8200 Ω

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7500 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 56 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.7 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 8 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 5100 Ω

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3300 Ω

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180 Ω

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6800 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 42 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.7 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 17 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 910 Ω

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3300 Ω

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330 Ω

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2400 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 22 V; and the LED maximum forward voltage is 1.7 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 19 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 2 kΩ

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1200 Ω

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270 Ω

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4700 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 64 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.8 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 11 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 6800 Ω

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470 Ω

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3300 Ω

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4700 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 55 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.2 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 13 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 470 Ω

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4700 Ω

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1800 Ω

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1 kΩ

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 26 V; and the LED forward voltage is 1.8 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 16 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 2200 Ω

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6800 Ω

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820 Ω

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1800 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 81 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.2 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 23 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 150 Ω

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820 Ω

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3600 Ω

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1 kΩ

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 8 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.4 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 18 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to protect the LED from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 390 Ω

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2700 Ω

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360 Ω

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910 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 70 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.7 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 29 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 6800 Ω

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360 Ω

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2400 Ω

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1800 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 37 V; and the LED forward voltage is 1.8 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 22 mA.

Determine the minimum resistor value required to prevent the LED from being damaged from the options below. ]]>
0.0000000 0 true false abc 2 kΩ

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1500 Ω

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1800 Ω

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360 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 48 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 2 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 19 mA.

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 330 Ω

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5600 Ω

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6800 Ω

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2700 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 42 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.3 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 8 mA.

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 200 Ω

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5100 Ω

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750 Ω

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510 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 75 V; and the LED knee voltage is 1.4 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 20 mA.

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 3900 Ω

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820 Ω

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1 kΩ

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560 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 37 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.9 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 23 mA.

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 820 Ω

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1800 Ω

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2200 Ω

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3900 Ω

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LED Protection The voltage source in the circuit below provides 58 V; and the LED cut-in voltage is 1.8 V. Furthermore, the diode is rated for a maximum of current of 30 mA.

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0.0000000 0 true false abc 2 kΩ

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330 Ω

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180 Ω

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7500 Ω

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