2.9 A particular inverting circuit uses an ideal op amp and two 10-k resistors. What closed-loop gain would you expect? If a dc voltage of +1.00 V is applied at the input, what outputs result? If the 10-k resistors are said to be “1% resistors,” having values somewhere in the range (1 ± 0.01) times the nominal value, what range of outputs would you expect to actually measure for an input of precisely 1.00 V?

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images - 2.9 A particular inverting circuit uses an ideal op amp and two 10-k resistors. What closed-loop gain would you expect? If a dc voltage of +1.00 V is applied at the input, what outputs result? If the 10-k resistors are said to be “1% resistors,” having values somewhere in the range (1 ± 0.01) times the nominal value, what range of outputs would you expect to actually measure for an input of precisely 1.00 V?

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