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    Peak to peak triangle wave amplitude at the output

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    I am having a hard time understanding the behavior of op-amps.

    Refer to attached figure L9.4. Predict the peak-to-peak triangle wave amplitude at the output that would result from a 2Vpp 500 Hz square wave input.

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    The reason this circuit is called an integrator is because it integrates the input value at the output. This is yet another fascinating use of the op-amp. The resistor in parallel with the capacitor provides negative feedback and therefore a finite gain at DC. ...

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    Peak to peak triangle wave amplitude at the output given an integrator are determined.

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