I am trying to understand the inverting negative feedback how it stabilizes the op-amp circuit. As the book is explaining this I came across the highlighted sentence:
Thus the voltage vo will not depend on the value of the current that might be supplied to a load impedance connected between terminal 3 and ground.
If I understand correctly what he is trying to say, is that if I have the below circuit, then, io = always regardless of the output resistance. Why?
The book: Microelectronic Circuits SEVENTH EDITION Adel S. Sedra University of Waterloo Kenneth C. Smith University of Toronto ISBN 978–0–19–933913–6