Why do you think that Vc (i.e., the voltage measured at the transistor collector relative to ground) is the voltage ACROSS the resistor? Is the resistor connected between the transistor collector and ground?Sorry If I was too vague. The first Ic of 9.1mA is the theoretical maximum current before the saturation cut off point. The second Ic of 5.6mA is the actual current through Rc. The worksheet sates that Vc=53Volts, this means I can use Ohms law to calculate the current through Rc because I have the voltage and resistance across that specific resistor. Am I correct so far?
Yes. Now use that same reasoning to find the voltage ACROSS the collector resistor.I think the problem came when I was calculating Vce which you have made clear. I think the correct answer should be Vce=53V-30.3V = 22.7V.
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