Sum of Numbers Design a function that accepts an integer argument and returns the sum of all the integers from 1 up to the numbe
r passed as an argument. For example, if 50 is passed as an argument, the function will return the sum of 1, 2, 3, 4, . . . 50. Use recursion to calculate the sum. Demonstrate the function in a program.
A) RF is shorted by a solder bridge: If RF is shorted, the output is going to be at the same potential that the inverting input due to a virtual short circuit (the inverting input is 0V because the non-inverting input is GND)
B) R1 is open: If R1 is open there is not input voltage to amplify therefore the output is 0V
C) Vi = 0: If Vi is equal zero there is not input voltage to amplify therefore the output is 0V
Note: Because there's is not schematic we assume the one in the picture down below, our logical explanation is complemented with a simulation that matches our results. For our case the amplifier requires a positive and negative supply, so we use an inverting amplifier with +11 V and -11V power supply.