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The gain of differential amplifier with one op-amp is same as that of

(a) The inverting amplifier

(b) The non-inverting amplifier

(c) Both inverting and non-inverting amplifier

(d) None of the mentioned

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My question is based upon Differential Amplifiers with Multiple Op-Amp topic in portion Operational Amplifier Characteristics of Linear Integrated Circuits

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The correct choice is (a) The inverting amplifier

To put it plainly: The gain of differential amplifier is given as AD= -(RF /R1), which is equivalent to the output voltage obtained from the inverting amplifier.

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