Table P13.36 Available Parts for Design Problems Standard 5%-tolerance resistors. (See AppendixB .) Standard 1%-tolerance resistors. (Don't use these if a 5%-tolerance resistor will do, because 1%-tolerance resistors are more expensive.) Ideal op amps. Adjustable resistors (trimmers) having maximum values ranging from 100 Q to 1 MQ in a 1- 2-5 sequence (i.e., 100 Q, 200 2, 500 N, 1 kN, etc.). Don't use trimmers if fixed resistors willI suffice.

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Design an amplifier having a voltage gain of +10±3 percent and an input impedance of 1kΩ±1 percent, using the components listed in TableP13.36 .

Table P13.36 Available Parts for Design Problems
Standard 5%-tolerance resistors. (See AppendixB .)
Standard 1%-tolerance resistors. (Don't use these if a 5%-tolerance resistor will do, because
1%-tolerance resistors are more expensive.)
Ideal op amps.
Adjustable resistors (trimmers) having maximum values ranging from 100 Q to 1 MQ in a 1-
2-5 sequence (i.e., 100 Q, 200 2, 500 N, 1 kN, etc.). Don't use trimmers if fixed resistors willI
suffice.
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Table P13.36 Available Parts for Design Problems Standard 5%-tolerance resistors. (See AppendixB .) Standard 1%-tolerance resistors. (Don't use these if a 5%-tolerance resistor will do, because 1%-tolerance resistors are more expensive.) Ideal op amps. Adjustable resistors (trimmers) having maximum values ranging from 100 Q to 1 MQ in a 1- 2-5 sequence (i.e., 100 Q, 200 2, 500 N, 1 kN, etc.). Don't use trimmers if fixed resistors willI suffice.