I have a standard common emitter amplifier biased using a voltage divider. I'm given that RE = 500 Ω, IC = 2.5mA, β=100, Vcc=15V and the coefficient of thermal stability K=10 (RE = K * Rth / (b+1) where Rth = R1//R2). I'm asked to calculate every current, voltage and resistor. I have calculate pretty much everything. IB=25μA, IC=IE=2.5mA (supposing IB<<IC), R1=38.55K, R2=5.81K, IR1=IR2=0.34mA (supposing IR1>>IB). VB=1.96V and VE=1.26V.
I'm unable to calculate with the data that I have VC and RC.
Also the Early voltage is -60V but I believe it is to be used later on for ac analysis.