Consider an ideal pn junction diode at T=300K operating in the forwared bias region. Calculate the change in diode voltage that will cause a factor of 10 increase in current.

I was trying to use the ideal diode current equation, but I don't know how to find Is from the given information.

How do I work this problem?

I was trying to use the ideal diode current equation, but I don't know how to find Is from the given information.

How do I work this problem?

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