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Unformatted text preview: Download the original attachment Homework 7: BME 302L, Spring 2009 Due: Tuesday May 5 (drop at BME front desk) Preview accepted Tuesday April 28 Note: The lowest of your seven homework grades will be dropped in the computation of your final homework score. If you have good grades in you first 6 homework sets, you may decide to not turn in this homework. You can use the exercises for practice and preparation for your final exam. If you missed a homework or received a low score on a previous homework, you can use this homework set 7 to improve your homework score. Exercise 1 (10 points): From Floyd Textbook, Chapter 12 (pp. 645 655), problem 14. Also Determine the input and output impedances for each circuit. Assuming that a 1 k load is attached to the output and a 10 mV source attached to the input of the amplifier, what would be the total current sourced by the op-amp? Exercise 2 (10 points): From Floyd Textbook, Chapter 12 (pp. 645 655), problem 15. After you found the resistor Rf, determine the input and output impedances for each circuit. Assuming that a 1 kthe resistor Rf, determine the input and output impedances for each circuit....
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This note was uploaded on 09/03/2009 for the course BME 302L taught by Professor Maarek during the Fall '08 term at USC.
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