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# In A Common Emitter Amplifier, The Output Resistance Is  and The Input Resistance . In The Peak Value Of The Signal Voltage Is 10 MV And , Then The Peak Value Of The Output Voltage Is

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## Question

### Solution

Correct option is

1.25 V

. The ac voltage gain is given by

= 125

Peak output voltage = voltage gain  signal voltage

= 1.25 V

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