1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Given a basic circuit of a voltage source and two diodes in series: D1 is .7v @ 10mA D2 is .6v @ .1mA If I is 1mA, What is the voltage across the two diodes? 2. Relevant equations VT~.026 Vt= 60log (I(t)/Is I1 produces V1 I2 produces V2 so V2 = V1 + 60(mV)[log (I2/I1)] 3. The attempt at a solution Just plain lost on how to start. I get that this needs to be turned into a ratio between the two votage/current values across the diodes, but where do I start?