What minimum value of coupling resistance, Electrical Engineering

Q. It is desired to have a sag or tilt of no more than 10% when a 50Hz square wave is impressed on an amplifier stage. The output circuit resistance is Rv=1K. What minimum value of coupling resistance is required if transistors with Ri=1K are used?

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