2.94 An op amp wired in the inverting configuration with the input grounded, having R2 = 100 k and R1 = 2 k, has an output dc voltage of −0.2 V. If the input bias current is known to be very small, find the input offset voltage.

94 - 2.94 An op amp wired in the inverting configuration with the input grounded, having R2 = 100 k and R1 = 2 k, has an output dc voltage of −0.2 V. If the input bias current is known to be very small, find the input offset voltage.

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images - 2.94 An op amp wired in the inverting configuration with the input grounded, having R2 = 100 k and R1 = 2 k, has an output dc voltage of −0.2 V. If the input bias current is known to be very small, find the input offset voltage.

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