1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The problem states that we should draw the Vout curve of an amplifier circuit. 2. Relevant equations We have a sinusoidal sign with amplitude=1v and frequency=0.5 v(t)=A*sin(2pi*f*t) f=1/T T=2s 3. The attempt at a solution Since we have negative feedback: Vp=Vn The currents for this circuit would be: I1+I2=Iout I1=(0-1)/0.5=-2 I2=(0-v1)/1=-v1 Iout=(Vout-0)/2 I know that: V1=1*sin(2pi*0.5*2)=0 So,the final equation would be: Vout=(-1*2)/0.5=-4v Does this look ok?Also,when drawing the curve for vout,vout is the amplitude of the curve right?Or is the amplitude of the curve related to vout 1volt?