Hw3 - CSCI 120 Introduction to Computation Homework 2 Due Saad Mneimneh Visiting Professor Hunter College of CUNY PART 1 Turn me on(a Place the two

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CSCI 120 Introduction to Computation Homework 2 Due 03/05/09 Saad Mneimneh Visiting Professor Hunter College of CUNY PART 1: Turn me on! (a) Place the two diodes in such a way that the light bulb will be ON. Remember that electrons, like everything in nature, prefer to go through the easy path and, therefore, will avoid the light bulb, whenever possible. + - (b) Repeat (a) for the following diagram. There are many possible solutions in this case, because any closed path from the source to the lamp will work. + -
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(a) Fill up the truth table for the following logical circuit. X Y Z X Y Z (b) Can you come up with a circuit with the same behavior but with less num- ber of gates ? PART 3: Flip-flop Consider the following circuit: X Y Z Assume that both of the inputs X and Y in the circuit above are 1. (a) Describe what would happen if X were temporarily changed to 0. (b) Describe what would happen if Y were temporarily changed to 0.
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2010 for the course CSCI 120 taught by Professor Saadmneimneh during the Spring '09 term at CUNY Hunter.

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Hw3 - CSCI 120 Introduction to Computation Homework 2 Due Saad Mneimneh Visiting Professor Hunter College of CUNY PART 1 Turn me on(a Place the two

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