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65. Calculate the efficiency of a class B amplifier for a supply voltage of VCC = 20 V with peak output voltage of VL(p) = 18 V. Assume RL = 16 Ω.

(a) 78.54%
(b) 75%
(c) 70.69%
(d) 50%

Answer : (c)
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