The input impedance of the DSO1014A is nominally 1MΩ + 18pF.
In case it’s not obvious, the scope photo shows two curves. The bottom curve is a zoomed in version of the top one, showing the rising edge only. This means that the time per division for the bottom curve is different from the top curve. Thankfully, Agilent shows the time/div at the bottom of each so you don’t have to guess!
Part 2 (Extra Credit):
The function generator claims to have an output impedance of 50Ω. Is this true? Can you make a rough estimate of what the actual output impedance is, based on the screen capture above?
Note: Random guessing is not allowed. Please show that you made some honest attempt to solve the problem, even if it is by unconventional means!
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