#### (Solved): 1. Write The Output Equation For An Inverting Amplifier: A. Calculate The Output Of The Circuit In F ...   1. Write the output equation for an inverting amplifier: a. Calculate the output of the circuit in Figure 5.1 given that vin is 2v peak-to-peak. Vout-pp RF 2.2 kg V+, pin R1 2.2 kg (pin ) OA1 LM741 Vout, pin- Vin sine 1 kHz V-, pin Figure 5.1. Inverting op amp Configuration 1 . b. Calculate the output of the circuit in Figure 5.2 given that Vin is 2v peak-to-peak. Vout-pp RF 2.2 kg w (V+, pin ) R2 1 kg W loin OA1 LM741 Vout, pin_ pin Vin sine 1 kHz V-, pin Figure 5.2. Inverting op amp Configuration 2 (1). c. Use the pin-out information in Figure 5.3 to label the op amp pin numbers on the Figure 5.1 and 5.2 circuits Other pulo ?141 op. Amp. Inverting (? 22N v ] Not Connected (NC) + (Power) Non-Inverting (+) 3 6 Output (Power) V- 5 Offset Null Figure 5.3. LM741 op amp pinout. 2. Write the output equation for a summing amplifier: a. Calculate the output of the circuit in Figure 5.4 given that both Vini and Vina are 2v-pp. Vout-pp = RF 2.2 kg V+, pin R1 2.2 k w OA1 LM741 w Vout, pin Vin1 sine 1 kHz pin- Vin2 sine 1 kHz R2 1 ko V-pin – Figure 5.4. Summing op amp . b. Compare the op amp configuration of Figures 5.1 and 5.2 to the op amp configuration of Figure 5.4. Will the output of this summing amplifier be inverted? Why or why not? C. Notice that Vini and Vin2 are identical. Redraw the circuit of Figure 5.4 to use a single source, Vin. Do NOT combine R1 and R2. They should be connected in parallel in this circuit. d. Use the pin-out information in Figure 5.3 to label the op amp pin numbers on your drawing.