What are the THREE terminals of a transistor?
Base, Emitter, Collector.
Ground, Emitter, Collector
Base, Anode, Cathode.
Ground, Anode, Cathode.
Detailed Explanation
A transistor has three connectors or terminals which are the base, the emitter and the collector. The flow of charge goes in the collector, and out of the emitter, depending on the charge flowing to the base.
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