# hw5 - CSE2300W Homework 5(110 points 1(10 points We have...

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CSE2300W Homework 5 (110 points) 1. (10 points) We have already learned how to build a T flip-flop with enable using a D flip-flop and combinational logic. Show how to build a D flip-flop using a T flip-flop with enable and combinational logic. 2. (10 points) Problem 7.12 (page 665). 3. (10 points) Problem 7.15 (page 666). 4. (10 points) This problem is based on 7.17. Construct a state and output table equivalent to the state diagram in Figure X7.17 (page 666). Then construct excitation/transition table and write excitation equations. Assume you use three D flip-flops to implement the state machine. The state assignments is 0 – 7 for A – H, respectively. You do not need to draw a circuit diagram. 5. (10 points) Problem 7.19 (page 666). 6. (10 points) This problem is similar to 7.44. Draw a sate diagram for a clocked synchronous state machine with two inputs. INIT and X, and one Moore-type output Z. As long as INIT is asserted, Z is continuously 0. Once INIT is negated, Z should remain 0 until X has been 011 or 101 in the previous there cycles. Then Z should go to 1 and remain 1 until INIT is asserted again. Your state

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