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Homework Statement:
 Sketch the output voltage when input voltage applied to non inverting amplifier with gain 10 for a square wave input signal with peak to peak voltage ##2 V##, ##50 %## duty cycle and frequency ##1## kHz. Supply Voltage is +12 V and 12V, the op amp has slew rate 0.5 V/ microsecond and the op amp is nulled initially.
Relevant Equations:

Time Period = 1 / Frequency
Duty Cycle = (Pulse Width *100)/ Time Period
1. Using the frequency equation I know the time period is 1 millisecond.
2. The duty cycle (50%) equation tells me that the pulse width and the amplitude is 1 V.
3. Thus the input waveform looks like this : (?)
4. As the slew rate is 0.5 volts per microsecond, the output voltage would take 4 microseconds to go from 1 V to + 1V (?)
5. Thus the output waveform for one pulse should look like :
(I converted milliseconds to microseconds)
Is this correct?
2. The duty cycle (50%) equation tells me that the pulse width and the amplitude is 1 V.
3. Thus the input waveform looks like this : (?)
4. As the slew rate is 0.5 volts per microsecond, the output voltage would take 4 microseconds to go from 1 V to + 1V (?)
5. Thus the output waveform for one pulse should look like :
(I converted milliseconds to microseconds)
Is this correct?