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I have restored the answer, but it could be improved by the OP. I'm not sure why, given that the question included the suspicion that there is no solution to the problem as posed, a proof of it would be considered a non-answer. It at least deserves to be discussed.


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The answer was deleted mainly because of the long drawn-out argument with the OP in the comments, that was based primarily on your inability to see details in the schematic. The answer itself was also based on this misunderstanding, so it had no value to the question overall, either. To be specific, the OP was referring to Vin and Vout, which are the names ...


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Your right. It shouldn't be deleted. Sure, it could be a comment, but it can also be an answer. Most short answers can be both. It directly answered the question. In a bad, obtuse way (Imho). It's a bad answer, and bad answers are supposed to be down voted, not deleted. Only Non-answers should be deleted. Reviewing low quality posts: when to delete What are ...


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You received plenty of feedback and had 4 days in which to improve your answer; instead, you chose to be argumentative. "its main advantage as far as your project is concerned ..." sure sounds like a product recommendation to me. This is why reviewers responded as they did. We can't read your mind to discern your intent; we can only respond to the words in ...


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The comment was deleted because the system flagged the comment for low quality, it ended up going for review and getting deleted by a mod. It shouldn't have been deleted as it answers the question, it does not fall into the categories listed below but things don't always function perfectly. This is the recommendation from the stack exchange meta on low ...


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Your answer is just another version of "that's all the gain you should need" (similar to several already existing answers), which really doesn't address the technical reasons the gain might need to be limited, which have to do with the limited gain-bandwidth product of the device and its finite open-loop gain. However, it's all a very gray area, so I will ...


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If you have a disagreement with a moderator decision, the quickest way of getting a response is to flag your post. Use the "Other" option and write a short message describing your disagreement with the moderator action. If you feel like the moderator action is still unjustified, consider making a meta post (as you have done).


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I remember coming across this Q and your answer a while back and thinking you were recommending a product too. I stopped reading your answer after the first sentence due to that. Three separate people interpreted your question as recommending the OP do something else, and two of them told you so. Perhaps that wasn't your intent, but the obvious way to ...


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I'll take ownership as an early flagger. You ended the original post with something along the lines of "is this right?" or "am I missing something?", which requires a response, and an answer soliciting discussion is not an answer. Better to post the clean answer, and DV the original answer if you believe it to be incorrect. If you want to have a discussion ...


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In all fairness, if a question is unclear or confusing, it should be put on hold until the OP can straighten out the confusion by an edit to the question. We should not answer such questions but prompt for clarification. If no clarification is provided, the question will be closed and eventually deleted, along with all attempts to answer an unanswerable ...


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The question was confusing and information was mixed between question and comment. My usual response to this sort of situation is to request the OP to put the information in the comment into the question on the grounds that, in terms of permanent questions as opposed to impermanent comments, information in a comment does not really exist. If it is a simple ...


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It sounds like you want a double standard, just in your favor. You've thrown a lot of separate issues together. Your answer was very short, and didn't answer the question. You posted three equations, no explanation, nothing. Further, the equations you provided are not sufficient to solve the problem. Below is the text of your answer when it was deleted: ...


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