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As frequency F=1/T (where T is the time period of the waveform), get the time period for the waveform. As ON time equals to product of duty cycle and time period T, get ON time as shown below. Given data: F=26 \mathrm{khz} \Rightarrow F=\frac{1}{26 k}=38.4615 \mu \mathrm{sec}.Duty cycle =66 \% \Rightarrow D=0.66.\begin{aligned}\Rightarrow \mathrm{ON} \text { switching time }=D T & =0.66 \times 38.4615 \mu \\& =25.384 \mu \mathrm{sec} .\end{aligned}Answer =25.384, \mu \mathrm{sec}.           Happy to help in case of queries regarding question and answer. ...