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The circuit in Fig. P2.32 utilizes an ideal op amp.(a)

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Problem 2.32

The circuit in Fig. P2.32 utilizes an ideal op amp.(a) Find I1, I2, I3, IL, and Vx. (b) If VO is not to be lower than 13 V, find the maximum allowed value for RL. (c) If RL is varied in the range 100 to 1 k, what is the corresponding change in IL and in VO?

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