# Logic Families – 33

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33. Assume that a particular IC has a supply voltage (Vcc) equal to +5 V and ICCH = 10 mA and ICCL = 23 mA. What is the power dissipation for the chip?

(a) 50 mW
(b) 82.5 mW
(c) 115 mW
(d) 165 mW

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