I know the output voltage for a difference amp is (R2/R1)(V2-V1) but how do you find the output voltage when you connect the circuit attached to the difference amp where V1 and V2 are the input voltages to the difference amp?
Apply the usual rules for ideal op amps. That is, the voltage between the inverting and noninverting terminals is zero and the current flowing into these terminals is zero.
It may then be helpful to write the output voltage as a function of the source current. A loop equation will relate the source current to the source voltage.
I have the same problem. I hope someone can help us.
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mdelisio did help. Show us your work so far, and we can help if you're stuck on something or making some math errors.
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