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# The Current Gain For Common-emitter Amplifier Is 59. If The Emitter-current Is 6.0 MA, Find (i) Base-current, And (ii) Collector-current.

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The d-c current gain in common-emitter transistor circuit is given by

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Now, the sum of base-current iB and collector-current iC equals the emitter-current iE, that is,

Solving eq. (i) and (ii), we get

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