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Madeeasy Testseries question
III only IV only I, II, III only I, II, IV only Clearly IV is wrong and III is right. I feel I and II need not be true. Anyone please clarify.
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applied gate test series : finding number of prime implicants in presence of don't cares
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Applied Gate test Series  Digital Logic  JK Flip Flop
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Made Easy Test Series
Please help me! BCD number here given are positive(0 9) and we know that the 9’s complement of a positive number is that number itself. Then why they have subtracted each BCD number from 9? And suppose if I take the 9’s complement of a number for instance “7” that would be 2. Doesn't it means that 2 represent a negative number that is 7?
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How to solve this?
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Ese 2000 ece
The minimum number decimal equivalent of the number 11C.0 is
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Made Easy Test series
what would be the answer? please explain how to solve such question?
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internet social media
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Topic:Multiplexers in combinational circuits of digital logic design
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Made Easy Theory book
i can't understand this logic from made easy theory book. "To generate the carry output, the carry circuit requires 3 logic gate delay and for sum output it requires 4 logic gate delay" Written in Remember Section after topic Lookahead Carry Adder..
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Identify Min no.of 2 input NAND gate require to represent the following?
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Minimum size of multiplexer
Suppose only one multiplexer and two inverter are allowed to be used to implement any Boolean function of n variables. What is the minimum size of the multiplexer needed?
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Minimum NAND/NOR Gates
Minimum NAND/NOR Gates  Realization for ExOR, ExNor, Adder, Subtractor if the complement of input is also given.
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GOgatepyqques
In this gate pyq ques i am trying it with an example and matching option C but i m not getting the 180 shift. where am i going wrong??? is there something wrong with the example.??? https://gateoverflow.in/887/gate20068
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Made easy Test Series, Digital Logic, Counters
Hello, I have a doubt here. It is given that we have a cascaded counter with : Counter C1 as Mod 2 counter and C2 as Mod 3 counter. Therefore I can assume that C1 uses 1 flipflop and C2 uses 2 flipflops. Now assuming the ... the solution (it is given 1000 KHz). Can anyone explain me the given solution? How they have arrived at the equation? Thanks!
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Made Easy Test Series, Digital Logic , Combinational Circuits
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Gate question  Digital logic
Let # be a binary operator defined as 𝑋 # 𝑌 = 𝑋′ + 𝑌′ where 𝑋 and 𝑌 are Boolean variables. Consider the following two statements. (S1) (𝑃 # 𝑄)#𝑅 = 𝑃#(𝑄 # 𝑅) (S2) 𝑄#𝑅 = 𝑅#𝑄 Which of the following is/are true for the Boolean variables 𝑃, 𝑄 and 𝑅? (A) Only S1 is true (B) Only S2 is true (C) Both S1 and S2 are true (D) Neither S1 nor S2 are true
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SELF DOUBT GATE 2001 digital logic
https://gateoverflow.in/726/gate200128 I am unable to understand, how this is working Can anyone explain it in one go?
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COUNTERS STUDY MATERIAL
I am so weak at solving counters and sequencial circuits problems Can anyone guide me from where I should study so that I get the concept straight in my mind. PLease help
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ACE ACADEMY PRACTISE BOOK
In an nvariable KMap combining 16 cells containing 1’s as a single group will result in a term of ________ literals (a) 4 (b) n4 (c ) n+4 (d) 4n
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MADE EASY TEST SERIES DIGITAL LOGIC 2020 (subject wise1)
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Computer science gate 2020 trishna's knowledge system
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Madeeasy test
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#Booth Algorithm #digital_logic
How many addition and substraction are required if you perform multiplication of 5 (multiplcand 1 & 30 multiplier) using Booth Algorithm ?
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ME Theory Book
Please explain briefly – how to approach questions like these. Also, few resources where I can learn the concept required to solve such questions. Answer given is – b.
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Doubt Digital Logic
What is the 2’s complement of (101)base3 ?
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Digital Logic and Computer Design by Morris Mano ( 2017 )
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#selfdoubt #counters
What is the difference between parallel counters and serial counters? Is that parallel counter is synchronous counter and serial counter is asynchronous counter?
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Nptel noc20_ee32_assignment_9 question
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# Madeeasy test
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Made Easy Topic Test  2021
Consider the Function f(w,x,y,z) = $\sum m$ (0,4,5,10,14,15 ) + d(7,13) . The number of essential prime implicants are ____ . PS: My answer came out to be 2.
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Made Easy Topic Test  2021
Determine the Hazard Free SOP Expression for f(A,B,C,D) = BD + A’B’C’ + ACD + B’CD f(A,B,C,D) = BD + A’B’C’ + ACD + B’CD f(A,B,C,D) = BD + A’B’C’ + ACD + B’CD’ + A’C’D + AB’C f(A,B,C,D) = BD + A’B’C’ + ACD + B’CD’ + AB’C’ + A’B’D + A’C’D f(A,B,C,D) = BD + A’B’C’ + ACD + B’CD’ + AB’C
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#self_doubt #digital #counters
What would be the asnwer to this question https://gateoverflow.in/26442/gate19915c if FF0 = 10ns FF1 = 20ns FF2 = 30ns AND gate = 10ns
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GeeksForGeeks
Which of the following option is correct regarding number conversion from a base to another base? A If a number has k digits in hex, then k/4 digits (bits) can have in binary. B If a number has k digits in decimal, then roughly k/2 digits can have in binary. C If a number has k digits base a, then roughly k*loga(b) digits can have in base b? D None of the above
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GradeUP Test Series
A traffic signal cycles from RED to YELLOW, YELLOW to GREEN, GREEN to RED. In each cycle RED is turned on for 50 seconds, YELLOW is turned on for 40 seconds and GREEN is turned on for 80 seconds. The traffic signal has to be implemented using a ... only input to this FSM is a clock of 10 second period. The minimum number of flip flops required to implement this FSM is _____.
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#Madeeasy test
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# Madeeasy test
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Made Easy TopicWise
What does 5 clock triggers mean here? What is the solution?
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made easy test series 2021
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SelfDoubt in #BCD Number System
Why we are using 2421 code when we have 8421 BCD and XS3 code already? What is the need of introducing the new system format?
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