No. The gain for an inverter is as I previously stated. The factor of 1 is used for the gain of a non-inverting op amp (without the minus in front of Rf/RI).Yes it's a inverting Op-amp, so would the gain be Gain = 1+(-Rf/RI), if so that would give me 1.10v am I right.
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