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EE 210 Homework #5 Solutions 1. Problem 4.9 2. Problem 4.15 Comment : The resistor values given as answers are correct; however; the problem asked only for the circuit’s voltage gain to be calculated.
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EE 210 Homework #5 Solutions 3. Problem 4.17 4. Problem 4.19 5. Problem 4.21
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EE 210 Homework #5 Solutions 6. Problem 4.24 7. Problem 4.29 8. Problem 4.31
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EE 210 Homework #5 Solutions 9. Problem 4.34
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Unformatted text preview: 10. Problem 4.37 EE 210 Homework #5 Solutions 11. Problem 4.39 12. Problem 4.41 EE 210 Homework #5 Solutions 13. Problem 4.44 14. Problem 4.45 Comment : For the stated voltage source specifications, the unity-gain buffer (first stage) is really unecessary if we choose R 1 > 2 k Ω and R 2 = 50 R 1 . (Conservatively, pick values such as R 1 = 10 k Ω and R 2 = 500 k Ω .)...
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