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Consider two solar cells, the first has an open circuit voltage of 0.55 V and a short- circuit current of 1.3 A, the second has 0.60 V and 1.0 A for...

Consider two solar cells, the first has an open circuit voltage of 0.55 V and a short- circuit current of 1.3 A, the second has 0.60 V and 1.0 A for these parameters respectively. Assuming that both cells obey the ideal diode law, and both have an ideality factor of 1, calculate the open-circuit voltage and short-circuit current of the combination of the cells when they are connected in:
a) parallel
b) series
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