# In an non-inverting OP-AMP summer is shown in the figure, output voltage V0 will be

1.

2.  3sin(100t)

3.  Sin(100t)

4.   2sin(100t)

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3sin(100t)

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# The order of error is the simpson’s rule for numerical integration with a step size h is

1.  h

2.  h2

3.  h3

4.  h4

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h2

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# Solving x2-2=0 by Newton Raphson technique,when initial guess x0=1.0,then subsequent estimate of x(i.e; x1) wll be

1.  1.414

2.  1.5

3.  2.0

4.  None of these

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1.5

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# Four arbitrary points (x1,y1),(x2,y2),(x3,y3),(x4,y4) are given in the x,y-plane.Using the method of least squares,if regressing y upon x gives the fitted line y=ax+b;and regressing x upon y gives the fitted line x=cy+d,then

1.  Two fitted lines must coincide

2.  Two fitted lines need not coincide

3.  It is possible that ac=0

4.  A must be 1/c

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A must be 1/c

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# The common mode voltage is completely alternated at the output of the differential amplifier shown in the figure, if

1.  R1+R2=R3+R4

2.  R1-R2=R3-R4

3.

4.

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R1-R2=R3-R4

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# Output voltage V0 in the given amplifier circuit is

1.  4V

2.  6 V

3.  8 V

4.   10 V

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10 V

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# The accuracy of Simpson’s rule quarature for a step size h is

1.  O(h2)

2.  O(h3)

3.  O(h4)

4.  O(h5)

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O(h5)

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# The circuit connection of OP-AMP given in the figure represent

1.  Logarithmic amplifiers for both

2.  Detectors for both

3.  Detectors for fig.(a) and logarithmic amplifier for figure(b)

4.   Logarithmic amplifier for fig.(a) and detectoe=r for fig.(b)

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Logarithmic amplifier for fig.(a) and detectoe=r for fig.(b)

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# Following are the values of a function y(x):y(-1)=5,y(0),y(1)=8 dy/dx at x=0 as per Newton’s central difference scheme is

1.  0

2.  1.5

3.  2.0

4.  3.0

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1.5

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# In the differentiating circuit given in the figure, function of R1 is to

1.  Enable circuit to approach ideal differentiation

2.  Maintain high input impedance

3.  Eliminate high frequency noise spikes

4.   Prevent oscillations at high frequency

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