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# If you want to amplify a voltage signal using an op-amp, what mode would you use?...

If you want to amplify a voltage signal using an op-amp, what mode would you use? How would you control the gain? Draw a circuit diagram that would allow you to amplify the input signal?

By changing the value of resistors we can controo gain

we are using op amp in single ended mode

instead of using two inverting op amp we can use single non inverted op amp also

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