Sorry for that I am new at here so i didn't know how the pole works i want to know what type of op amp is it.So you have a poll that asks if the op amp is an op amp or an op amp.
Good luck on getting any useful information from your poll.
As for the question posted in the screenshot, what is the output of an op amp in terms of the input voltages, taking into account the limits imposed by the supply voltages?
Or are you just looking for someone to give you the answer?
Since no specifics are given, you have little choice but to assume that it is an ideal op amp.Sorry for that I am new at here so i didn't know how the pole works i want to know what type of op amp is it.
What have you learnt so far about inverting and non-inverting amplifiers?
Uh, guys... look at the circuit. There is NO feedback. This is a trivial, straight-up comparator circuit.Hello,
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