# MIDf05_ANSWER - ECSE-323 Department of Electrical and...

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Your Name_______________________________________________________ Question 1 :Boolean Logic Theory (10 points) Consider the following circuit (5 points) a) Give the k-map corresponding to F. (5 points) b) Give the minimal two-level NOR-NOR circuit producing F. _________________________________________________________________ ANSWER 2
Your Name_______________________________________________________ Question 1 :Boolean Logic Theory (10 points) (Continues) b) 3

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Your Name_______________________________________________________ Question 2 : Application of Boolean Theory (10 points) The covering table in the Quine-McCluskey method was made equivalent to a Boolean function, called the Petrick function, for the purpose of finding all minimal two-level expressions of a given function. In a similar way, i.e. by means of constructing and simplifying the proper Boolean function, solve the following problem: Five students A,B,C,D,E are planning a trip. Let us define Boolean variables A, B, C, D, E associated with each student. If variable A=1, then student A goes, and if variable A = 0, then student A stays. The same convention applies to variables B, C, D and E. Students must satisfy ALL the following conditions: 1.- Either A or B, or both A and B go on the trip. 2.- Either C or E, but not both go on the trip.
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## This note was uploaded on 11/22/2010 for the course ECSE ecse 323 taught by Professor Redacka during the Winter '07 term at McGill.

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