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    Op Amp resources

    THAT'S THE ONE! Why this confused me? Well, I guess it was kinda stupid really. We're told to operate under the ideal op amp model. This states, as I understand it, that the current going into the op amp is zero. However, I forgot...for whatever reason, that it didn't mean the current through...
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    Op Amp resources

    Oops, yes, that's just exhaustion coming through. The bold part is supposed to read "non-inverting." The problem with this example is that I have no R1 for the current source, and all the equations I'm finding are dealing with the problem in voltages. This is easily my worst subject, so if...
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    Op Amp resources

    This may be kind of odd, but this is my first post, so I'm kinda new at this. I need to calculate the output voltage of an op amp with a 2 mA current source inputting into the inverting side, and a ground connected to the inverting input. There is a 1 kiloOhm resistor going across the op amp...
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