Zener breakdown voltage, Electrical Engineering

(a) For the Zener diode series voltage regulator shown in the Figure. calculate VL, IZ, VR and PZ for RL= 1.2 KΩ and repeat it for RL= 3 KΩ ?

Consider Zener breakdown voltage = 10 V and PZM = 30 mW

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(b) Calculate Q point ( IC, VCE) for the network shown? Assume β = 75

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