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Op Amp inverting amplifier , help!

  1. Oct 7, 2008 #1

    I dont understand why they did something. I found output voltage to be -1.25v , but to find voltage across the 10k resistor, its (Va-Vo)/10k am i correct? cause when i do this and try to calculate the answer for Io its not right, the book does (Vo-Va)/10k . What am i not understanding ? I did mesh or nodal analysis if i wanted something like this i always took higher potential-lower potential divided by resistor . Or maybe which im not sure, the output is at higher potential then the invertting potential, since its being ampplified. Can someone explain please.

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  3. Oct 9, 2008 #2


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    The voltage across the resistor is just the output voltage.
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