﻿ The plate current Ip, in triode value is give by            Where Ip is in milliampere and Vp and Vg are in volt. Calculate the value ofk and the grid cut-off voltage. Given,   milliampere are .  : Kaysons Education

# The Plate Current Ip, In Triode Value Is Give By            Where Ip is In Milliampere And Vp and Vg are In Volt. Calculate The Value Ofk and The Grid Cut-off Voltage. Given,   milliampere Are .

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Correct option is

– 6 volt

= 50

Differentiating equation (i) write respect to  constant, we get

Dividing equation (ii) by equation (iii), we get

= –180

Substituting the value of  in equation (ii), we get

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