Using the circuit shown, find the following: (Circuit shown below) Part A – The voltage gain in the circuit. Part B – The output voltage for the input voltage Vi=4V, where VCC is 15 V. Part C – The output voltage for the input voltage Vi=?3sin(?t)V, where VCC is 15 V. Express your answer in terms of the variables ?, t. Part D – The output voltage for the input voltage Vi=?7V, where VCC is 15 V.

Using the circuit shown, find the following: (Circuit shown below)

Part A – The voltage gain in the circuit.

Part B – The output voltage for the input voltage Vi=4V, where VCC is 15 V.

Part C –

The output voltage for the input voltage Vi=?3sin(?t)V, where VCC is 15 V.

Express your answer in terms of the variables ?t.

Part D – The output voltage for the input voltage Vi=?7V, where VCC is 15 V.

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images - Using the circuit shown, find the following: (Circuit shown below) Part A - The voltage gain in the circuit. Part B - The output voltage for the input voltage Vi=4V, where VCC is 15 V. Part C - The output voltage for the input voltage Vi=?3sin(?t)V, where VCC is 15 V. Express your answer in terms of the variables ?, t. Part D - The output voltage for the input voltage Vi=?7V, where VCC is 15 V.

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