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# Find The Voltage Gain And Power Gain In A Transistor Amplifier In Common-emitter Configuration When  and The Input And The Output Ersistance Are .

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## Question

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Correct option is

The a-c voltage gain in a common-emitter amplifier is given by

= 6600.

The power gain is

.

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