1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data This is a low-frequency differentiator circuit. Vo(t) = -0.001*[dVi(t)/dt] Vi=0.5Vpk Frequency at 1kHz I am confused on how to apply calculus to this. My calculus is a little rusty but I am not use to seeing it in this applied forum. I only did calculus when it was in simple mathematic forum and I guess I never connected the dots. I am hoping someone could walk me through this problem. I have to build this in Multi-sim and show the graph but I am getting a saturated voltage out of 0.5Vpk. Which is fine if the value ends up being over 14Volts. *Note this is another problem and not the one shown but I wanted to change the values* The concept is this circuit takes a waveform and differentiates it. I can fine with the circuit itself, just proving my voltage level using the above equation is what is throwing me off.