This makes use of the excellent
circuit simulator from
Notice that you can move the mouse over any part of the circuit and it will show you the voltage ("Vd=") and current ("I=") at that point in the bottom right corner.
There is also a version which uses Falstads older Java circuit simulator. Java, which is available for most operating systems and browsers from http://www.java.com is no longer commonly supported in Browsers due to security concerns.
Java LED sim
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