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1. For the current-mirror-loaded bipolar differential pair, replacing the simple current-mirror load by the Wilson mirror of Fig. 8.40(a), find the expected systematic input offset voltage. Evaluate VOS for βP,= 50.

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#### Maximum possible fractional change

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