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I think I have answered the correct option according to your system's solution but why it would mark my option wrong in the test? Request to the experts to PLEASE CLARIFY the answer to this question.

Asked by vidyuti.varma 30th June 2016, 11:39 PM
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The answer given in our site is correct. The electrons go from the collector region to the base region if a p-n-p transistor is used. In the question, n-p-n transistor is used, and so the electrons go from the emitter region to the base region and from base to collector.
Answered by Expert 1st July 2016, 11:29 AM
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