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    Op Amp Problem

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    Assume the following op-amp is ideal except for having a finite gain equal to (10^7)/(s + 10) and a slew rate of 0.02V/us. The input to the amplifier is an ordinary music signal with frequency range between 10 radian/sec to 3000 radian/sec and a maximum amplitude of 1V. Do you think the input signal will pass through the amplifies without distortion? Please justify your answer with calculations.

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    For this problem, the peak output of Vout should be obtained.

    Since the circuit configuration is a non-inverting amplifier, the equation to be used ...

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    This solution shows how to calculate the peak voltage output and maximum frequency in an attached Word document.

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