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I meant as per the diagram we use a dc supply to clip at higher levels.
Is there a way to clip at higher level say 3.5V without using the dc supply?
Good Day everyone.
Is it possible to design a clipper circuit to bias at higher voltage level without using bias voltage?
For example. to clip at 3.5V for a input signal of 10V sine without using a BIAS VOLTAGE??
Oh Borek Sir I didn't mean to say that...!!!
Very Sorry Sir :(
One double bond is equivalent to 2 pi electrons so 3[double bonds]*2[electrons] = 6 pi electrons
x decreases BY 23.3% means x=100-23.3=76.6% So you have to sub. x=76.6. But if they had given decreases to 23.3% then x=23.3
z=145.5
substituting this in the equation with k=1 we get x=21.37 in the answer which you have mentioned they have divided it by 100...