1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I had a circuit in lab using an ICL8038 function generator IC, and was using the sine wave output from the chip. I am being asked to add components to increase available current to 1A. The chip pulls a steady 13mA, but I derped and didn't check output current. The spec sheet for the chip says that they had 5mA output for an impedance of 200 ohms. So, I figure I'm looking for a current gain around 1A/5mA=200. I grabbed a op-amp current-to-current amplification circuit out of a book in the lab that is as such: Where gain=1+Rf/Rs So I choose something like Rf=200kΩ and Rs=1kΩ or some such configuration with the same ratio. Is this correct? If it is correct, this only works in the case that the op-amp can push that much current. If I'm running something that I can find in lab, like an LM741 at 12V, how do I know how much current gain I can get? I checked the spec sheet on it, but it doesn't have anything about current limitations. If 1 op-amp won't do it, can I just stick another identical circuit into the spot where the load resistor is? Thanks. 2. Relevant equations Given above. 3. The attempt at a solution Given above.