Helo, I am in an electronic course and we just started studying diodes. I am stuck on the following problem: Place a 100 ohm resistance in series with a diode, and plot current versus voltage across the series combination. I am also given the following values for the diode: n = 1, Is = 10^-14A, Vt = 26mV I am trying to come up with an expression for current. I am using the following: iD = Is * exp(vD/(n*Vt)) ...... approximation of the current through the diode. and Vr = iR for the voltage drop across the resistor Then, the total voltage drop is: Vtot = vD + Vr I am then trying to solve for current, but I can't get it on its own. Can some one please help me. I have attached a picture of the original problem statement. Thank you very. much!