integrator circuit, Operating System

Referring to Figure below, discuss how you would alter the circuit to obtain:

1. a straightforward amplifier with gain 1,

2. a straightforward amplifier with gain 10,

3. an integrator circuit.

You answer should be descriptive (no drawings). No more than 200 words. Please refer to your sources of information as appropriate.

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