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# Calculate The Current Gain  of A Transistor If The Current-gain  is 0.98.

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## Question

### Solution

Correct option is

49

The current gain  (in common-emitter arrangement) is related to the current gain  (in common-base arrangement) of a transistor as under :

= 49.

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