2.4 A set of experiments is run on an op amp that is ideal except for having a finite gain A. The results are tabulated below. Are the results consistent? If not, are they reasonable, in view of the possibility of experimental error? What do they show the gain to be? Using this value, predict values of the measurements that were accidentally omitted (the blank entries).

4 - 2.4 A set of experiments is run on an op amp that is ideal except for having a finite gain A. The results are tabulated below. Are the results consistent? If not, are they reasonable, in view of the possibility of experimental error? What do they show the gain to be? Using this value, predict values of the measurements that were accidentally omitted (the blank entries).

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images - 2.4 A set of experiments is run on an op amp that is ideal except for having a finite gain A. The results are tabulated below. Are the results consistent? If not, are they reasonable, in view of the possibility of experimental error? What do they show the gain to be? Using this value, predict values of the measurements that were accidentally omitted (the blank entries).

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