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Both the diodes are in on state and in this condition the voltage drop on them is $V_{d} \sim .7 V$ no matter which is the current...Determine the voltage with respect to the ground at each point in figure. Assume the practical model.

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guys please help me solve this circuit. anybody in electronics engineering help.

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I don't understand. the question is asking for the voltage with respect to the ground.

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Let's start with point A.I don't understand. the question is asking for the voltage with respect to the ground.

There is a voltage source between ground and point A.

Its voltage is 25 V.

Therefore the voltage at point A is +25 V.

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but i don't know how to determine the voltage at point c.

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Good!point B is 24.3v. because the voltage drop across the diode is 0.7v so 25-0.7v=24.3 v

Let's do point D first then...but i don't know how to determine the voltage at point c.

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but how?

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There is a voltage source between ground and point D that determines its voltage.but how?