Can someone please show me how to work this problem out. I am confused by the Qo/Q and Vo/V. How do they relate to each other?
It has been found through the series of experiments that voltage V at the semiconductor diode is related to the charge Q at the diode by the formula V(Q) = V0 (100.434Q/Q0 – 1),
where Q0 and V0 are some constant reference values measured in Coulombs and Volts, correspondingly.
Find the ratio of V/V0 when the charge Q is 10% grater than Q0. Round off your answer to one decimal place.
Which charge (in Coulombs) on the diode is when the voltage is 0 Volts? Present your answer with one decimal palce.
Assuming that V0 = 0.001 V, find what is the voltage in the diod when its charge is 10 times greater than the reference charge Q0. Round off your answer to three decimal places.
I think your subscript is supposed to be a subscript: Is it
In either case, start by dividing both sides by so the left side is . If "Q is 10% greater than ", then so that and , approximately. Put that into the right side of the equation and do the calculations.