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1. Refer to slide 75 (or 86) of the small-signal analysis handout. Determine the input and output impedances, as well as the voltage and current gain (slide 86 shows the solved values; all you need to do is show the solution). Draw the AC equivalent circuit.

2. Refer to slide 88 of the small-signal analysis handout.

Determine the input and output impedances, as well as the voltage gain. Show the analysis from DC bias. You may use either mathematical or graphical approach. Draw the AC equivalent circuit.

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