A. 1

B. 2

C. 3

D. 4

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A dynamic RAM (DRAM) cell is a type of memory cell used in computer systems that requires the least amount of space per bit of all memory types. A DRAM cell is typically made up of a single transistor and a capacitor, which stores a charge representing the bit value. However, in order to read and write the data in the capacitor, a second transistor is required to act as a switch. Therefore, the minimum number of MOS transistors required to make a dynamic RAM cell is 2.

**B) 2**.A dynamic RAM (DRAM) cell is a type of memory cell used in computer systems that requires the least amount of space per bit of all memory types. A DRAM cell is typically made up of a single transistor and a capacitor, which stores a charge representing the bit value. However, in order to read and write the data in the capacitor, a second transistor is required to act as a switch. Therefore, the minimum number of MOS transistors required to make a dynamic RAM cell is 2.

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