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Unformatted text preview: V_A c) Power_D2 = Power_D3 = I_D2 * VD2 = 1.85 mW d) Power_R2: Use Ohm's Law to find i_R2: V1  V_CE = i_R2*R2 = 10.213 mA = i_C Power_R2 = (i_R2)^2 * R2 {Remember units} = 49.0213 mW e) Power for npn = Power_T1 = i_B * V_BE + i_C * V_CE = (2.64mA) * (0.7V) + (10.213mA) * (0.2V) = 3.89mW f) Power_R1 = (i_R1)^2 * R1 {Remember units} = 7.66 mW g) Power_D1 = 0 ( No current ) Power for npn:i_B * V_BE + i_C * V_CE Power for pnp: i_B*V_CE + i_C * V_BE...
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 Spring '09
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 Ohms law, Resistor, ohm, Electrical resistance, i_B * V_BE

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