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d.Fill in the output portion of the table in part (c) by applying the voltages listedin the input section. Use the formula to verify that the measured voltages are correct.VinVoutCalculationFormula used for calculation+0.3V-804 mV-.81V-0.15V411 mV.405 VVout=−Vin x RF/Rin-2.0 V5.37 V5.4 V+0.4V-1.07 V-1.08 V3.To simulate and operate a summing operational amplifier. a.Draw the circuit shown in Figure 1-4(a) in Multisim. b.Fill in the output portion of the table in part (b) labeled measured by applyingthe voltages listed in the input section.
c.Using the formula to determine the output of a summing amplifier, verify thatthe measured values are correct. It was difficult to get the potentiometersFormula used for Calculations:IR1=VR1/R1IR2=VR2/R2IR3=VR3/R3IRF=IR1 + IR2 + IR3 VOUT=-IRFxRFConclusion: Lab 1During test one, the OpAmp Comparator, I never had a time where the expected output,when both inputs were equal, was 0V.Test two was pretty straight forward where the expected output voltages were in factinverted after the Opamp.Test three, the Summing OpAmp, worked as expected. My only issue was that I couldn’tget the input voltages exact in multisim so I adjusted them as close as possible,recording them and then used the actual measurements in my calculations.Experiment Questions:1. A/n ANALOG(analog, digital) signal can vary at any value between the low and high voltage range supplied by the power supply. 2. A LINEAR(linear, digital) circuit produces signals that are analog. 3. When the voltage applied to the noninverting terminal of an op amp comparator is GREATER (less, greater) than the voltage at the inverting input, the output will be driven into positive saturation.