2.50 For the circuit in Fig. P2.50, use superposition to find v O in terms of the input voltages v1 and v2. Assume an ideal op amp. For v 1 = 10sin(2π ×60t)−0.1sin(2π ×1000t), volts v 2 = 10sin(2π ×60t)+0.1sin(2π ×1000t), volts find v O.

50 - 2.50 For the circuit in Fig. P2.50, use superposition to find v O in terms of the input voltages v1 and v2. Assume an ideal op amp. For v 1 = 10sin(2π ×60t)−0.1sin(2π ×1000t), volts v 2 = 10sin(2π ×60t)+0.1sin(2π ×1000t), volts find v O.

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images - 2.50 For the circuit in Fig. P2.50, use superposition to find v O in terms of the input voltages v1 and v2. Assume an ideal op amp. For v 1 = 10sin(2π ×60t)−0.1sin(2π ×1000t), volts v 2 = 10sin(2π ×60t)+0.1sin(2π ×1000t), volts find v O.

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