# Question 18.10: If rds varies from 50 Ω to 120 kΩ in Fig. 18-32, what is the...

If $r_{ds}$ varies from 50 Ω to 120 kΩ in Fig. 18-32, what is the maximum voltage gain? What is the minimum voltage gain?

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