20091eeM16_3_hw1

20091eeM16_3_hw1 - 1 x 2 5. Consider an encoding of playing...

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EEM 16 HOMEWORK #1 Winter 2009 Due on Wed, January 14 th , 2009 1. Find x, y, and z a. (43652027) 8 = (x) 16 b. (3CB504F) 16 = (y) 8 c. (236) 7 + (255) 6 = (z) 9 2. Boolean Algebra a. Exercise 2.25 b. Exercise 2.26 c. Exercise 2.27 3. Exercise 2.39, In addition, draw its schematics using AND, OR, and NOT gates 4. Find all min and max terms of the following function of 4 variables: ((x 1 ’+x 2 )’+x 3 ’)’+x 0 x 3 ’+x
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Unformatted text preview: 1 x 2 5. Consider an encoding of playing cards. There are 52 cards and they are divided in 4 suits with values from 1 to 13 (ace is 1, jack is 11, queen is 12, and king is 13) a. Show two possible encodings for the cards. b. For a chosen encoding show the logic expression that describes: i. A jack of diamonds ii. A seven of any suit iii. Any card of the heart suit...
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