HW4 - opamp input currents are assumed to be zero (but be...

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HW 4 E17 Spring 2011 Due by 4PM on Friday, 4/22/2011 (in the HW box in Kemper 2131) 1 Do Problem 5.1-2 in the text. 2 Do Problem 5.2-9 in the text. 3 Do Problem 5.4-4 in the text. This problem will count as much as two normal problems. Note that v o is not labeled on the schematic, it is the voltage at the output of the opamp on the far right. To solve this problem use the virtual-short principle presented in class to determine some of the node voltages, then use the fact that the
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Unformatted text preview: opamp input currents are assumed to be zero (but be sure to remember that you dont know what the current out of an opamp is). That is enough information to solve the circuit. 4 Do Problem 6.2-2 in the text. 5 Do Problem 6.2-10 in the text. 6 Do Problem 6.2-14 in the text. 7 Do Problem 6.2-17 in the text....
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course ENG 17 taught by Professor Lagerstrom during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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