SOLAR PANEL DESIGN

Few photovoltaic modules are connected in series-parallel configuration as shown in the figure below. Each module has an I-V characteristic having the x-axis intercept as 31V and the y-axis intercept as 4.2A. The short circuit current for the series-parallel system shown is
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