Only if Ve (Emtiter voltage of the transistor =0V.

For the calculation of the DC operating point consider all capacitors as open circuit. You then have Vee between Re and the base of the transistor. Assuming a typical Vbe for a bipolar transistor, you find the voltage across Re and from the voltage across Re and current through Re you arrive at the value of Re.

Let us assume Vceq=-9V (not millivolts or something else).

From the voltage across Re, calculated in the previous step, and Vce you find V(rc). From V/rc) and Icq you can calculate Rc. The problem is: we do not know Icq. YOu may be allowed to make a reaonable assumption, namely Ibq<<Ieq. In that case Icq ~Ieq and you can calculate Rc.

Note that in reality Icq=Ieq-Ibq!

Find re when Ieq = 1.1mA and Vt = 26mV

Which transistor model do you know? Insert the parameters from above calculations and solve for rbe.

i cannot found PNP example around my note and google

Aggreed, many, if not most, examples use NPN transistors. But the calculations are exactly the same, only the polarities of voltages and currents are reversed.