2.10 You are provided with an ideal op amp and three 10-k resistors. Using series and parallel resistor combinations, how many different inverting-amplifier circuit topologies are possible? What is the largest (noninfinite) available voltage gain magnitude? What is the smallest (nonzero) available gain magnitude? What are the input resistances in these two cases?

10 - 2.10 You are provided with an ideal op amp and three 10-k resistors. Using series and parallel resistor combinations, how many different inverting-amplifier circuit topologies are possible? What is the largest (noninfinite) available voltage gain magnitude? What is the smallest (nonzero) available gain magnitude? What are the input resistances in these two cases?

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images - 2.10 You are provided with an ideal op amp and three 10-k resistors. Using series and parallel resistor combinations, how many different inverting-amplifier circuit topologies are possible? What is the largest (noninfinite) available voltage gain magnitude? What is the smallest (nonzero) available gain magnitude? What are the input resistances in these two cases?

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