2.3 Measurement of a circuit incorporating what is thought to be an ideal op amp shows the voltage at the op-amp output to be−2.000 V and that at the negative input to be −1.000 V. For the amplifier to be ideal, what would you expect the voltage at the positive input to be? If the measured voltage at the positive input is −1.005 V, what is likely to be the actual gain of the amplifier?

3 - 2.3 Measurement of a circuit incorporating what is thought to be an ideal op amp shows the voltage at the op-amp output to be−2.000 V and that at the negative input to be −1.000 V. For the amplifier to be ideal, what would you expect the voltage at the positive input to be? If the measured voltage at the positive input is −1.005 V, what is likely to be the actual gain of the amplifier?

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images - 2.3 Measurement of a circuit incorporating what is thought to be an ideal op amp shows the voltage at the op-amp output to be−2.000 V and that at the negative input to be −1.000 V. For the amplifier to be ideal, what would you expect the voltage at the positive input to be? If the measured voltage at the positive input is −1.005 V, what is likely to be the actual gain of the amplifier?

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