Current gain characteristics versus Collector Emitter voltage. Where is the transistor saturated? Can a transistor be saturated with a VCE of -10V?

Published: 5/10/2017
Current gain characteristics versus Collector Emitter voltage. Where is the transistor saturated? Can a transistor be saturated with a VCE of -10V?
Source: ELECTRONICS.STACKEXCHANGE.COM

I'm fairly new to transistor usage and determining stages of operation for a BJT. However, from what I've learned, in order for a BJT to be saturated, both junctions need to be forward biased, and that in saturation, an increase in base current does not equal an increase in collector current. However, looking at this particular datasheet, and specifically this graph, they have current gain versu

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