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The point of intersection of two asymptotes in a plot is called
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The point of intersection of two asymptotes in a plot is called (A) corner frequency in uniform scale (B) corner frequency in logarithmic scale (C) phase cross-over frequency in uniform scale (D) phase cross-over frequency in logarithmic scale
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