*2.65 For the difference amplifier shown in Fig. P2.62, let all the resistors be 10 k ± x%. Find an expression for the worst-case common-mode gain that results. Evaluate this for x = 0.1, 1, and 5. Also, evaluate the resulting CMRR in each case. Neglect the effect of resistor tolerances on Ad.

65 - *2.65 For the difference amplifier shown in Fig. P2.62, let all the resistors be 10 k ± x%. Find an expression for the worst-case common-mode gain that results. Evaluate this for x = 0.1, 1, and 5. Also, evaluate the resulting CMRR in each case. Neglect the effect of resistor tolerances on Ad.

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images - *2.65 For the difference amplifier shown in Fig. P2.62, let all the resistors be 10 k ± x%. Find an expression for the worst-case common-mode gain that results. Evaluate this for x = 0.1, 1, and 5. Also, evaluate the resulting CMRR in each case. Neglect the effect of resistor tolerances on Ad.

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