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chengman

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H12P1. (b) i=5mA, v=5V, A=infty, +-VS=15 V. An op amp cannot put out a voltage that exceeds the power-supply rails. But assume our op amp can reach the rails. Given the value of R that you deduced above, what is the maximum load resistance, in Ohms, that this current source can handle?

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  1. TripleA
    • 2 years ago
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    Ur Part 1 answer is: 1000ohm

  2. TripleA
    • 2 years ago
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    Part 2 2200 and Part3 :0.004926 I hope It will do {response if Helped)

  3. chengman
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    no the part 2 answer is wrong

  4. Nurali
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    2. 1999

  5. Nurali
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    if correct please click best response.

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