# The input offset voltage of 741 op-amp has an absolute maximum value of 6mv, which means

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The input offset voltage of 741 op-amp has an absolute maximum value of 6mv, which means

(a) Minimum difference between input terminals in 741 op-amp can be large as 6mv DC

(b) Minimum difference between input terminals in 741 op-amp can be large as 6mv AC

(c) Maximum difference between input terminals in 741 op-amp can be large as 6mv DC

(d) Maximum difference between input terminals in 741 op-amp can be large as 6mv AC

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This key question is from Input Offset Voltage topic in division Operational Amplifier Fundamentals of Linear Integrated Circuits

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The correct answer is (c) Maximum difference between input terminals in 741 op-amp can be large as 6mv DC

In simpler terms: Given, the absolute maximum value for a 741 is Vio= 6mv. Therefore, voltage at the non-inverting input terminal may differ from that at the inverting input terminal by as much as 6mv dc. Also the output offset voltage is a DC voltage and it cannot be AC voltage.

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