# 2173h9 - z. z will always be zero when x = y. When x = 0...

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EE2173 Homework 9 Due 10 p.m. Wednesday 3 December in Box 60, 7 th floor, EERC 30 points Directions: 1. Print your name with your last name IN CAPITAL LETTERS in the upper right hand corner of each page. 2. Put Homework 9 and the due date in the upper right hand corner of page 1. 3. Work the problems in order. 4. Staple or paper clip your solutions in the upper left hand corner (if more than one page). 5. Numbered problems are from Wakerly. 6. You may have points deducted for not following directions. 7. We will preview this homework Monday and Tuesday mornings. Problems: 1. 7.54 2. 7.58 3. 7.73 – Don’t do 4. 7.89 5. Design a primitive flow table for a circuit with two inputs, x and y, and one output
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Unformatted text preview: z. z will always be zero when x = y. When x = 0 and y changes from 0 to 1, z becomes 1. When x = 1, and y changes from 1 to 0, z becomes 1. 6. Design a primitive flow table for a circuit with two inputs, w and x, and two outputs, y and z. When both inputs are 0, both outputs are 0. If W = 1, and x changes from 0 to 1, y =1 and z = 0. If x = 1, and w changes from 0 to 1, y = 0 and z = 1. Outputs are reset to both at 0 only when w and x both equal 0; otherwise the outputs do not change....
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## This note was uploaded on 06/16/2010 for the course EE ee2173 taught by Professor Sloan during the Spring '07 term at Michigan Technological University.

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