Find out the equivalent two-port amplifier model, Electrical Engineering

Refer to the circuit shown below containing a two-port network.

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The two-port is a transconductance amplifier.
The input port of the two-port is defined by terminals A and B. The output port of the two-port is defined by terminals C and D.
Given: R1 = R3 = 1 k_, R2 = 100 k_ and k = 0.1 A/V
Find the following:
a) The equivalent two-port amplifier model.
b) If V1 = 1 V, find the current through the load Io if the load is a load
resistance RL = 100 k_.

 

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