2.79 A Miller integrator incorporates an ideal op amp, a resistor R of 10 k, and a capacitor C of 1 nF. A sine-wave signal is applied to its input. (a) At what frequency (in Hz) are the input and output signals equal in amplitude? (b) At that frequency, how does the phase of the output sine wave relate to that of the input?

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images - 2.79 A Miller integrator incorporates an ideal op amp, a resistor R of 10 k, and a capacitor C of 1 nF. A sine-wave signal is applied to its input. (a) At what frequency (in Hz) are the input and output signals equal in amplitude? (b) At that frequency, how does the phase of the output sine wave relate to that of the input?

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