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ECE 3060: VLSI and Advanced Digital Design Spring 2006 Midterm #1 16 February 2006 Prof. Vincent Mooney’s Section Guidelines: This exam is closed book with no programming of calculators allowed. You may have only one sheet of notes (both the front and the back of the sheet may contain notes). Consider any violation of this policy as a violation of the Georgia Tech Honor Code. There are six questions. The first four questions are short and only worth half the points of this exam. The last two questions have multiple parts and together are worth half the points of this exam. Do read the questions over before you start your work. If you need to make any assumptions, state them. The meaning of each question should be clear, but if something does not make any sense to you, please ask for clarification. You Can Do It! Name: ______________________________ Problem 1 (25pts) Problem 2 (25pts) Problem 3 (25pts) Problem 4 (25pts) Problem 5 (50pts) Problem 6 (50pts) TOTAL (200pts) School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology
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1) (25 pts.) One implementation of the sum’ bit (i.e., s’) of a full adder is as follows: s’ = (abc in + c
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