D 2.56 A noninverting op-amp circuit with nominal gain of 10 V/V uses an op amp with open-loop gain of 100 V/V and a lowest-value resistor of 10 k. What closed-loop gain actually results? With what value resistor can which resistor be shunted to achieve the nominal gain? If in the manufacturing process, an op amp of gain 200 V/V were used, what closed-loop gain would result in each case (the uncompensated one, and the compensated one)?

56 - D 2.56 A noninverting op-amp circuit with nominal gain of 10 V/V uses an op amp with open-loop gain of 100 V/V and a lowest-value resistor of 10 k. What closed-loop gain actually results? With what value resistor can which resistor be shunted to achieve the nominal gain? If in the manufacturing process, an op amp of gain 200 V/V were used, what closed-loop gain would result in each case (the uncompensated one, and the compensated one)?

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images - D 2.56 A noninverting op-amp circuit with nominal gain of 10 V/V uses an op amp with open-loop gain of 100 V/V and a lowest-value resistor of 10 k. What closed-loop gain actually results? With what value resistor can which resistor be shunted to achieve the nominal gain? If in the manufacturing process, an op amp of gain 200 V/V were used, what closed-loop gain would result in each case (the uncompensated one, and the compensated one)?

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