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Negative feedback amplifier has a signal corrupted by noise as its input. The amplifier will 

 (A) Amplify the noise as much as the signal (B) Reduce the noise (C) Increase the noise (D) Not effect the noise

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Negative feedback amplifier has a signal corrupted by noise as its input. The amplifier will Reduce the noise

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