- Identify by the name or purpose of Q1 in Figure #1
- Identify by the name of purpose of the specific circuits Figure #3, #4, #5, #7, and #8
- In the circuits shown as Figures #2, #6, and #7, Q1 and Q2 form what is commonly called a ___________ circuit.
- In the circuit shown as Figure #5, Q1 and Q2 have what things in common with Q2 and Q3 of Figure #8? _____________________________________________
- What circuit in this group of circuits is commonly used for analog purposes? ___________
- The one circuit which is known for it's hysteresis switching effect is the circuit shown as Figure # ___.

Note:Where a (.... / ... ) is shown, it represents a choice of those items within the parenthesis.

- Q1 represents a (low/high) dynamic resistance to point "B".
- Point "E" should be (left as-is / -V / +V) for Q2 to work correctly.
- Q1 represents a (constant-current / constant-voltage) source, and Q2 represents a (constant-current / constant-voltage) source.

- Solve for all currents, IR drops, and potentials, using the values as given.
- What would be the minimum value of R1 that could be used before Q2 saturates? _______________
- Q1 and Q2 form what is commonly called a _________ circuit, and the purpose of this circuit is to function as a _________ ______________.

- Solve for all currents, IR drops, and potentials, using the values as given.

- Solve for all currents, IR drops, and potentials, using the values as given.
- What value of input current would cause Q2 to saturate? ( ______ micro-amps)
- What value of input current would cause Q1 to saturate? ( ______ micro-amps)

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