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The effect of negative feedback on distortion and bandwidth is A) Both distortion and bandwidth get decreased B) Both distortion and bandwidth get increased C) Distortion is reduced and bandwidth is increased D) Distortion is increased and bandwidth is decreased 

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The effect of negative feedback on distortion and bandwidth is Distortion is reduced and bandwidth is increased

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