EE2301EX1F09Sol2

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1 University of Minnesota Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering EE2301 Fall 2009 Introduction to Digital System Design L. L. Kinney Exam I (Closed Book, Closed Notes) Please enter your name, ID number. This exam is closed book and closed notes. Please remove all items from your desk other than pencils and eraser; this includes cell phones and calculators--no calculators or other electronic devices may be used during the exam. Show all of your work for a problem in the space provided on the exam sheet. If you need additional space, you must place a note with the problem indicating where the additional work is located. Answers without derivations are worth no credit. Please be sure that all parts of each problem have been completed. Name ______________________________________ ID # ______________________________________ Problem 1 (10 pts) Problem 2 (16 pts) Problem 3 (10 pts) Problem 4 (20 pts) Problem 5 (12 pts) Problem 6 (20 pts) Problem 7 (24 pts) Total (112 pts)

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2 Exam I Solutions 1(10) In the circuit below, the inputs A, B, C, and D represent a single decimal digit using the Excess-3 code. (A is the most significant bit and D the least.) The outputs, E and F, of Module Rem represent the remainder, as a binary number, when the input is divided by 3. (E is the most significant bit of the remainder.) For example, if the input represents the decimal digit 8, the outputs are EF = 10. Complete the truth table for E and F.
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## This note was uploaded on 12/20/2009 for the course EE 2301 taught by Professor Larrykinney during the Fall '09 term at Minnesota.

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