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# Design a complete single-stage amplifier using transistor to amplifier a sine-wave voltage signal with an amplitude...

Design a complete single-stage amplifier using transistor to amplifier a sine-wave voltage signal with an amplitude of 2 mV, frequency range from 20-20kHz and internal resistance of 1k ohm. the output of the amplifier supplies to a load of 5k ohm and the required voltage amplitude around 300 mV.

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