Norton equivalent circuit, Electrical Engineering

Cointruct and simulate using multisim software a series voltage regulator to supply 1A to a load at a constant voltage of 9V. The supply voltage to regulator is 15V±10%. The minimum zener current is 12mA. For the transistor to be used, suppose VBE=0.6V and β=50                                     

Explain also Thevinin and Norton Equivalent circuit at the load terminals

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