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Description : A bus can travel 25% faster than a jeep. Both start from point P at the same time and reach point Q, 225 kms away from P, at the same time. On the way, however, the bus lost about 37.5 minutes while stopping at the ... is the speed of the jeep? a) 64 km/hr b) 72 km/hr c) 68 km/hr d) 56 km/hr

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Answer : Q-point: For proper operation of transistor, in any application, we set fixed levels of certain voltages and currents in a transistor. These values of currents and voltages define the point, at which ... . This point is called operating point. It is also known as quiescent point or Q point.

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