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    Recall that the general formula H(w) = Vout(w) / Vin(w) can be used in several ways: for example, from the known transfer function and the output, you can calculate the input signal of the circuit.

    Part 1.
    In the circuit shown in the diagram, R = 1 kOhm and C = 50 nF; at 10 kHz, the output signal amplitude equals Vout = 5 Vpk. Calculate the output signal amplitude at 50 kHz.

    Part 2.
    In the circuit shown in the diagram, R = 2 kOhm and C = 150 pF; at 300 kHz, the output signal amplitude equals Vout = 5 Vpk. Calculate the output signal amplitude at 50 kHz.

    Please refer to the attachment for mentioned diagrams.

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