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In ideal case, all forward biased diodes are in on state, and all reverse biased diodes are in off state.

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Here, the P type of first diode, *D*1 is connected to positive terminal and its N type is connected to negative terminal of the voltage source. So, this diode is in forward biased, thus *D*1 is on. But, the P type of second diode, *D*...

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