Dale - Computer Science Illuminated 137

Dale - Computer Science Illuminated 137 - gates and...

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110 Chapter 4 Gates and Circuits consider reading someone else’s e-mail as less of an invasion of privacy than reading someone’s ordinary mail. This belief, along with eavesdropping and monitoring, compromises the security of e-mail correspondence. Key Terms Adder pg. 102 Boolean algebra pg. 89 Circuit pg. 88 Circuit equivalence pg. 101 Combinational circuit pg. 99 Full adder pg. 103 Gate pg. 88 Half adder pg. 102 Integrated circuit (also chip) pg. 107 Logic diagram pg. 89 Multiplexer pg. 104 Semiconductor pg. 96 Sequential circuit pg. 99 Transistor pg. 96 Truth table pg. 90 Exercises 1. How is voltage level used to distinguish between binary digits? 2. Distinguish between a gate and a circuit. 3. What are the three notational methods for describing the behavior of
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Unformatted text preview: gates and circuits? 4. Characterize the notations asked for in Exercise 3. 5. How many input signals can a gate receive and how many output signals can a gate produce? 6. Name six types of gates. 7. Give the three representations of a NOT gate and say in words what NOT means. 8. Give the three representations of an AND gate and say in words what AND means. 9. Give the three representations of an OR gate and say in words what OR means. 10. Give the three representations of an XOR gate and say in words what XOR means. 11. Give the three representations of a NAND gate and say in words what NAND means....
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