# Exercises 12

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### Required Exercises

- Exercise: Nonlinear device operating point (Due Nov 27, 2019; 11:59 PM)
- Exercise: Nonlinear device operating point #2 (Due Nov 27, 2019; 11:59 PM)
- Exercise: Op-Amp with Diodes (Due Nov 27, 2019; 11:59 PM)
- Exercise: MOSFET Large-signal amplifier (Due Nov 27, 2019; 11:59 PM)
- Exercise: Common Source (Due Nov 27, 2019; 11:59 PM)

**Note that the textbook is available online via the MIT libraries. Supplemental material is also located here.**

**Below are extra exercises that can help provide more practice. Answers for the odd-numbered problems are found in the back of the text. We are happy to provide answers for the even exercises, or more detailed solutions, or create additional videos working through any of these problems, or for other topics of interest.**

- Exercise 4.4 -- ideal diode, load line
- Exercise 4.6 -- diode load line
- Exercise 4.7 -- ideal diode
- Problem 4.1a-b -- nonlinear element
- Problem 4.2 -- load line analysis
- Problem 4.4 -- ideal diode
- Problem 4.6 -- nonlinear element
- Problem 4.8 -- nonlinear element, power delivery
- Problem 4.9 -- nonlinear element, power delivery
- Problem 4.10 -- diode, illustration that system is not linear
- Problem 7.1 -- MOSFET, input-output characteristic
- Problem 7.5 -- part a, MOSFET amplifier
- Problem 7.6 -- parts a & c, nonlinear device
- Problem 7.8 -- part a, MOSFET amplifier
- Problem 7.10 -- MOSFET SCS model
- Problem 7.12 -- MOSFET amplifier
- Problem 7.13 -- MOSFET amplifier
- Problem 7.14 -- MOSFET amplifier
- Problem 7.15 -- MOSFET amplifier
- Problem 7.16 -- MOSFET amplifier
- Problem 7.17 -- MOSFET amplifier

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