# Operational Amplifier Fundamentals – 109

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109. Calculate the output impedance of an inverting op-amp using the 741 op-amp (ro = 75 Ω, AOL = 200 V/mV) if R1 = 100 Ω and Rf = 1 kΩ.

(a) 0.011
(b) 0.00375
(c) 0.0375
(d) 0.375

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