I know that R1 is useless, so does this mean that this is a non-inverting amplifier circuit?You need to show your best attempt to tackle your homework problems. We will not work it for you, but we will look over what you have done and help you see where you might be going wrong and help you get past the specific points that are blocking your progress.
Yes, that is correct.I know that R1 is useless, so does this mean that this is a non-inverting amplifier circuit?
I know and realize that - as it seems - the question comes from a beginner.I know that R1 is useless, so does this mean that this is a non-inverting amplifier circuit?
Hello there,Hello everyone,
Please help me find the output voltage formula for this operational amplifier circuit.
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Thank you.
Sure, why not?Hello there,
Would you like to know a very general method for handling these op amp circuits?
Once you get the answer to this i would be happy to post if you like.
Hello there,
Would you like to know a very general method for handling these op amp circuits?
Once you get the answer to this i would be happy to post if you like.
Hi, MrAl,Hello there,
Would you like to know a very general method for handling these op amp circuits?
Once you get the answer to this i would be happy to post if you like.
Yes that is an interesting idea, thanks for the suggestion.Hi, MrAl,
Don't wait for the TS to solve his problem. I'm interested in your method, and others are probably also. Start a new thread in the general forum, Use some other circuits as examples.
The usual method is to use the zero differential input theorem.Don't wait for the TS to solve his problem. I'm interested in your method, and others are probably also.
For an ideal opamp (which I'm pretty sure is what you are assuming) R1 has no effect. For real opamps it can serve a purpose, but that's not where you are yet.I know that R1 is useless, so does this mean that this is a non-inverting amplifier circuit?
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