The internal resistance of the zener diode, Electrical Engineering

A 9.1V zener diode has a nominal voltage fall at a test current of 28mA. The internal resistance of the zener diode is 5 ohms. Find the voltage drop across the zener diode at zener current of 10mA & 100mA.

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