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Okay so we need to calculate V which is Vb1e1 I guess. If we can get Ic1 then Vb1e1=R5*Ic1 if I'm correct.
We have B=100 so Ic1=B*Ib1 ie 100Ib1. If we are to apply KVL, how do we go about it?
What is the overall voltage in all the loops?
Also, is it correct to use voltage division rule and say that
Va=12*(10k/(10k+20k+10k))= 3V
Vb=12*(20k/40k)= 6V
and, Vc=12*(10k/40k)= 3V
How do I proceed with the voltage division rule method or is it even the correct method. If not then how to solve using the KVL method?
If someone can help it would be great. Thanks
Okay so we need to calculate V which is Vb1e1 I guess. If we can get Ic1 then Vb1e1=R5*Ic1 if I'm correct.
We have B=100 so Ic1=B*Ib1 ie 100Ib1. If we are to apply KVL, how do we go about it?
What is the overall voltage in all the loops?
Also, is it correct to use voltage division rule and say that
Va=12*(10k/(10k+20k+10k))= 3V
Vb=12*(20k/40k)= 6V
and, Vc=12*(10k/40k)= 3V
How do I proceed with the voltage division rule method or is it even the correct method. If not then how to solve using the KVL method?
If someone can help it would be great. Thanks
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