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The question says:

Assuming that the diodes in the circuits of Fig. are ideal, utilize Thevenin's theorem to simplify the circuits and thus find the values of labeled currents and voltages.

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I think that the solution is as shown below: Is it correct?

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    \$\begingroup\$ How about you try to solve it and show us where you get muddled. Also sort out the format of your question and embed the circuit picture properly. Engineering is all about getting the detail correct. Please do so for your question. \$\endgroup\$ – Andy aka May 27 at 11:04
  • \$\begingroup\$ why are you dislike the post?if you dont interest just skip it. \$\endgroup\$ – mahmut ulutaş May 27 at 11:58
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    \$\begingroup\$ Welcome to the site. Please note that it's not a free design house, homework-answering service or on-line technical encyclopedia, copied out to you on demand. People will help you take the next step if your question shows you've done as much as you possibly could on your own - which yours doesn't, I'm afraid. Please edit your question and greatly improve it. Don't just post a link. Remove that and show your work and findings so far in considerable detail with a schematic. The better the quality of question, the better the quality of the answers you will attract. Again, a very warm welcome. \$\endgroup\$ – TonyM May 27 at 12:00
  • \$\begingroup\$ actually I worked a lot on this question and I searched a lot but I couldnt found any knowledge about how to solve diode circuits with thevenin theorem except this video youtube.com/watch?v=-bCNCIJRwPY&t=5s \$\endgroup\$ – mahmut ulutaş May 27 at 12:05
  • \$\begingroup\$ That's great to hear. You'll find it easy to edit the question and vastly improve it, then, explaining in it everything you've understood so far on it. Please don't push the task back to people here, it's all on your shoulders. Look at other highly-voted questions on this site to see the standard that elicits help and guidance. \$\endgroup\$ – TonyM May 27 at 12:08
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Both your answers are wrong. You didn't find V in the first question (as far as I can see) and the Thévenin voltage is wrong. Pay close attention to the signs.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ thank you very much for your response sir,I will try one more time then. \$\endgroup\$ – mahmut ulutaş May 27 at 14:24
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 I did not apply to thevenin theorem in this solution. But the question clearly says solve with thevenin. How should I proceed when I need to solve with thevenin? I am curious about your feedback, please comment.

[I solved it this way.]: https://i.enter image description herestack.imgur.com/qxEud.jpg

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  • \$\begingroup\$ Hi, This answer isn't clear to me. Either (a) Are you writing it as an answer, because it really does answer your original question? In that case, please "accept" this answer (green "tick") to close the whole topic / question. Or (b) Are you mistakenly writing this as an answer, but in fact you still want replies / comments about it? In that case, this is an update and not an answer, and must be "edited into" your original question i.e. click "edit" under the question, add this update in a sensible place in the question, then delete this "answer". Which applies here, (a) or (b)? \$\endgroup\$ – SamGibson May 28 at 18:13

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