﻿ In a transistor, the base-current is changed by . This result in a change of 0.01 V in base to emitter voltage, and a change of 1.0 mA in the collector-current Find the current gain .  : Kaysons Education

# In A Transistor, The Base-current Is Changed By . This Result In A Change Of 0.01 V In Base To Emitter Voltage, And A Change Of 1.0 MA In The Collector-current Find The Current Gain .

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## Question

### Solution

Correct option is

100

By definition, the alternating-current gain  is given by

= 100.

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Q1

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