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Change in the input bias current does not affect?

(a) Input offset voltage

(b) Output offset voltage

(c) Input offset current

(d) Output offset current

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The accurate answer is (c) Input offset current

Unlock profound understanding with: Even though the input bias currents change due to the change in supply voltages, the input offset current remain relatively constant because, it is the absolute value of the difference between two input bias currents.

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