# which formulas should I use to calculate the potential in points A in both pictures?

#### PARV0

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#### AnalogKid

Joined Aug 1, 2013
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An introductory book, article, or web page about opamps will have the basic feedback theory and equations.

Is this school work?

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#### WBahn

Joined Mar 31, 2012
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Go back and list the basic assumptions that are made when working with an ideal opamp.

#### crutschow

Joined Mar 14, 2008
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One important point to remember is that, if the op amp circuit is in its linear region with negative feedback, then due to the very high open-loop op amp gain, the op amp (+) input essentially equals the (-) input voltage.

#### MrAl

Joined Jun 17, 2014
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As is usual with these kinds of sparse questions i have to ask a question myself first before i can give a truly informed answer.

My question here is:
Are the op amps considered to be ideal, or do you have to assume a finite open loop gain?
The answer will be very different depending on the answer to this question because an infinite open loop gain will show perfect behavior while a finite gain will turn up some interesting artifacts that will be observed in most real life circuits. Both of these scenarios are very informative however so i would suggest you look into both.

I can't quite make out the picture notations very well either so i will assume we are talking about a DC circuit.

Also, if the op amps are not ideal, is there any other effect that has to be considered other than the actual open loop gain?

Oh i just noticed that the thread starter only posted one post so far and has not been back for going on nearly a week already.