# Question 18.7: In Fig. 18-27, R1 = 1 kΩ and R2 = 51 kΩ. If a 741C is used f...

In Fig. 18-27, R_1 = 1 \ kΩ and R_2 = 51 \ kΩ. If a 741C is used for the op amp, what is the voltage gain of the circuit? What is the closed-loop output impedance? What is the shorted-load current of the circuit if each transistor has a current gain of 125?

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