The answer to the question, 'if a 2mV signal produces a 2V output', is that the gain is 1000.
The input signal to the voltage amplifier is given as
The amplifier produces output signal as
Vout = 2V
The Voltage gain can be calculated as
AV = 2/2mV=22 × 103 = 2000/2 = 1000V/V
Therefore, If a 2mV signal produces a 2V output, the gain is 1000. Hence, Option (D) is the correct answer.
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