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Okay so as I start this problem I remember that the voltage drop across the terminals is pretty much equal to zero because the current flowing through the terminals is zero.

So what I'm thinking is that there will not be any current in resistor R1 because it is attached to the terminals and there is no current through the terminals. This means that the voltage at the non-inverting terminal will be equal to -1V and it will be the same at the inverting terminal (because of the no voltage across the terminals). Here's where I get confused (IF I'm still right up until this point).

I'm confused on where the current is coming from and where it is going but This is how I thought the problem would be solved. Would I use KCL equations from current flowing out of resistors 2R1 and 3R1 at the node to the right of 2R1 to find the voltage V(b) ? I keep thinking that the feedback loop (wire with resistor 7R1) needs to be included in this but am not totally sure how to go about this.

If I'm on the right track then that is awesome! Thanks for anyone's help before hand!