# Electronic Devices - Basic Op-Amp Circuits

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### Exercise :: Basic Op-Amp Circuits - General Questions

1.

A Schmitt trigger is

 A. a comparator with only one trigger point. B. a comparator with hysteresis. C. a comparator with three trigger points. D. none of the above.

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2.

Refer to the given figure. This circuit is known as A. a noninverting amplifier. B. a differentiator. C. an integrator. D. a summing amplifier.

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3.

The output of a Schmitt trigger is a

 A. pulse waveform. B. sawtooth waveform. C. sinusoidal waveform. D. triangle waveform.

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4.

Refer to the given figure. This circuit is known as A. a noninverting amplifier. B. a differentiator. C. an integrator. D. a summing amplifier.

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5.

Refer to the given figure. A square-wave input is applied to this amplifier. The output voltage is most likely to be A. a square wave. B. a triangle wave. C. a sine wave. D. no output.