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Yes.So, out1 is the same amplitude as input signal because it is open loop op amp at its gain-bandwidth product frequency (gain about 1).
Not quite.Out2 is little lower amplitude because at gain-bandwidh frequency gain of op amp is not ideal 1, but about 3db lower (0.707)... Similar explanation I would have for out3.
Am I right?
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