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An audio amplifier with feedback needs gain of approximately 500 in a 3-dB bandwidth extending from 60 Hz to 25 kHz. Assume this is accomplished using a feedback network with ß=0.0018. Find the lower and upper 3-dB frequencies as well as the gain of the original (non-feedback) amplifier.
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