First i'd like to apologize since it might seem out of topic, it's more towards circuit theory i think.
So my problem here is that, lately I have been studying the BJT transistor and now Im trying to apply the theories in a real circuit.
So if what I learnt was correct, in VCC side,
VCC = VRC + VCE + VE
In this configuration since IE = 0, VE = 0
VCC = VRC + VCE
VCC = IC(RC) + VCE
So now lets say I have a supply voltage of 3.7v and I want the IC to be 2A. I must have either RC or VCE. So it got into my mind, if my RC is constant lets say 10 ohm, how can VCE be manipulated or is it constant which depends on what transistor I use?
There is another way around it by finding IB which is IC/β. But, i found out that β or hFE changes depending on IC, and im not sure if the datasheet is accurate so idk. And plus im not sure either whether VBE is actually 0.7V for every transistor.
Here is the datasheet of the transistor im going to use.
Theories without practical approach really confuses me, I don't know if what i said makes any sense either. So summarizing everything i just said, i just wanna know how to find VCE and VBE in transistor datasheet so that i have all the variable to make the calculation.