#### Problem Statement: Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design

**Electronic Circuits: Operational Amplifier Problem Solving**

The µA741 op-amp has a CMRR of 90 dB and a differential-mode voltage amplification of 200,000. What is the op-amp’s common-mode voltage gain?

A. 31,622.778

B. 632.40

C. 6.324

D. 0.158

#### Problem Answer:

The op-amp’s common-mode voltage gain is equal to **6.324**.

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