Find out the current flows through the photodiode, Computer Networking

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A photodiode with a dark current of 10 nA has a responsivity of 0.4 A/W at a certain wavelength. What current flows through the photodiode when it is reverse biased and exposed to 0.1 mW of light at that wavelength?

 

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