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Unformatted text preview: _____ Y = A + B • Wire the circuit diagram below DONE! • Show the teacher before plugging in power DONE! • Complete the truth table below: A B A + B _____ A + B 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Question: what can be said about the two circuits above and which is easier to wire? _ _ It seems that Y = A + B and Y = A * B have the same initial input and the same final output. However, the Y = A * B circuit requires less gates to complete and it is therefore easier to wire. Similarly, the circuits Y = A * B and Y = A + B have the same initial input and the same final output and we can say that the Y = A + B circuit is easier to wire because it contains only 2 gates. Write two algebra statements that summarize your observations from the circuits above. ____ Y = A + B ____ Y = A * B...
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course ICE 4M1 taught by Professor Deabr during the Spring '11 term at Spring Arbor University.
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