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# Consider the block diagram as shown in Figure Q4(a) for the system under consideration. Assume the... Consider the block diagram as shown in Figure Q4(a) for the system under consideration. Assume the op-amp to be ideal. Design a circuit, using Op-Amps, to display the solution of the following equation: x + 2y = z. Explain the details of the design you selected. (10 Marks) Add Gain x2 Figure Q4(a)  #### Earn Coins

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