# Flip Flops – 58

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58. The toggle condition in a master-slave J-K flip-flop means that Q and will switch to their ________ state(s) at the ________.

(a) opposite, active clock edge
(b) inverted, positive clock edge
(c) quiescent, negative clock edge
(d) reset, synchronous clock edge

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