- 5.5.1: Assume that the op amp in the circuit shown is ideal. a) Calculate ...
- 5.5.2: The source voltage vs in the circuit in Assessment 5.1 is -640 mV. ...
- 5.5.3: a) Find v0 in the circuit shown if va = 0.1 V and vb = 0.25 V. b) I...
- 5.5.4: Assume that the op amp in the circuit shown is ideal. a) Find the o...
- 5.5.5: a) In the difference amplifier shown, vb = 4.0 V. What range of val...
- 5.5.6: The inverting amplifier in the circuit shown has an input resistanc...
- 5.5.7: A circuit designer claims the circuit in Fig. P5.7 will PRACTICAL p...
- 5.5.8: a) Design an inverting amplifier using an ideal op amp that has a g...
- 5.5.9: The op amp in the circuit in Fig. P5.9 is ideal. MULTISIM a ) ^ind ...
- 5.5.11: Refer to the circuit in Fig. 5.12, where the op amp PSPICE is assum...
- 5.5.12: The op amp in Fig. P5.12 is ideal. PSPICE a ) wha t circuit configu...
- 5.5.13: Design an inverting-summing amplifier so that va = -(3 + 5vh + 4 + ...
- 5.5.14: a) The op amp in Fig. P5.14 is ideal. Find va if PSPICE ? ; a = 4 V...
- 5.5.15: Tlie 220 ki l feedback resistor in the circuit in Fig. P5.14 is rep...
- 5.5.16: The op amp in the circuit of Fig. P5.16 is ideal. PSPICE a \ -yvhat...
- 5.5.17: The op amp in the circuit of Fig. P5.17 is ideal. a) What op amp ci...
- 5.5.18: The op amp in the circuit shown in Fig. P5.18 is ideal. PSPI" a) Ca...
- 5.5.19: a) Design a non-inverting amplifier with a gain of 4. Use resistors...
- 5.5.21: The op amp in the circuit shown in Fig. P5.21 is PSPICE ideal. The ...
- 5.5.22: The circuit in Fig. P5.22 is a noninverting summing PROBLEM amplifi...
- 5.5.23: The op amp in the noninverting summing amplifier of Fig. P5.23 is i...
- 5.5.24: a) Use the principle of superposition to derive Eq. 5.22. b) Derive...
- 5.5.25: The resistors in the difference amplifier shown PSPICE in Fig. 5.15...
- 5.5.26: The op amp in the circuit of Fig. P5.26 is ideal. What value of R{ ...
- 5.5.27: Design the difference-amplifier circuit in Fig. P5.27 so that v(l =...
- 5.5.28: The op amp in the adder-subtracter circuit shown in PSPICE pig. P5....
- 5.5.29: Select the values of Ra and R{ in the circuit in DESIGN Fig. P5.29 ...
- 5.5.31: The resistor R in the circuit in Fig. P5.31 is adjusted until the i...
- 5.5.32: The op amp in the circuit of Fig. P5.32 is ideal. a) Plot v versus ...
- 5.5.33: In the difference amplifier shown in Fig. P5.33, what range of valu...
- 5.5.34: In the difference amplifier shown in Fig. P5.34, compute (a) the di...
- 5.5.35: Assume that the ideal op amp in the circuit seen in Fig. P5.35 is o...
- 5.5.36: The voltage vg shown in Fig. P5.36(a) is applied to PSPICE tn e inv...
- 5.5.37: Tlie signal voltage vg in the circuit shown in Fig. P5.37 PSPICE j ...
- 5.5.38: a) Show that when the ideal op amp in Fig. P5.38 is operating in it...
- 5.5.39: Assume that the ideal op amp in the circuit in PSPICE Fig. P5.39 is...
- 5.5.41: The two op amps in the circuit in Fig. P5.41 are PSPICE ideal. Calc...
- 5.5.42: The op amps in the circuit in Fig. P5.42 are ideal. PSPICE a) Find/...
- 5.5.43: Repeat Assessment 5.6, given that the PSPICE inverting amplifier is...
- 5.5.44: Assume the input resistance of the op amp in PSPKE Fig. P5.44 is in...
- 5.5.45: The op amp in the noninverting amplifier circuit of PSPICE Fig. P5....
- 5.5.46: a) Find the Thevenin equivalent circuit with respect to the output ...
- 5.5.47: Repeat 5.46 assuming an ideal op amp.
- 5.5.48: Derive Eq. 5.60.
- 5.5.49: Suppose the strain gages in the bridge in Fig. 5.21 PRACTICAL have ...
- 5.5.51: a) If percent error is defined as PRAOICAL PERSPECTIVE PSPICE MULTI...
- 5.5.52: Assume the percent error in the approximation of PRACTICAL vt) in t...
- 5.5.53: Assume the resistor in the variable branch of the PRACTICAL bridge ...

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