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anyoen who has done HW12 Q no 2 please help...

MIT 6.002 Circuits and Electronics, Spring 2007
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Solved. a and b i posted already. hint C an D have to be checked together!!! try to do this who is lazy - use my simulation rezults - see at other posts! about "best responce" - up to you. Main isue - have to be team for "Final Exam" Good luck!
how can I find the D in your simulation results?
Please do the training of you braine Bruno! i will be happy if you can find solution. If no - several hours later i will provide with it. We need to be ready for final exam

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you almost spoke as my parents!! hahahaha I like it!! I'm gonna try to do it... =D
Answer to HW12 P2 , c and d c)700 500 500 d) 0.15 put all four and check
yeah.. tks.. but why 0.15?
15 percent is minimum efficency....thats equal to 0.15
yes
I use this formula : (Vout*Iout)/(Vin*Iin)
Plzzz Help me any. H12P3: OPAMPS AND FILTER DESIGN What is the value of \(R_1\), in Ohms? What is the value of \(R_2\), in Ohms? What is the value of \(R_F\), in Ohms? ? ? ? ? ? ?
R1=5526.2133018 R2=38075.3452373 RF=20000 C1=0.0000018 C2=0.00000000022 R3=5526.2133018 R4=38075.3452373 C3=0.0000018 C4=0.00000000022 gain=-6.88995215311

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