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As compared to power MOSFET, a BJT has 

(a) Lower switching losses but higher conduction losses (b) Higher switching losses and higher conduction losses (c) Higher switching losses but lower conduction losses (d) Lower switching losses and lower conduction losses. 

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As compared to power MOSFET, a BJT has Higher switching losses but lower conduction losses 

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