Logic Gates and
Boolean Operations
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Logic Gates and Boolean
Operations
1
Boolean Algebra Terms
Variable Symbol representing a logical
quantity.
Complement Inverse of a variable.
Indicated by an overbar or a prime symbol.
E.g. the comple
DeMorgans Theorems
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DeMorgan's Theorems
1
How Do I Simplify this?
( A B C )( A B)( A C )
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DeMorgan's Theorems
3
DeMorgans Theorems
DeMorgan proposed two theorems which are
an important part of Boolean Algebra.
It provide
Standard Forms of
Boolean Expressions
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Standard Forms of Boolean Express
ions
1
What is a standard form?
Is this a standard form of a car?
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Standard Forms of Boolea
3
Forms of Boolean Expressions
Two standard forms of Bo
Simplification Using
Boolean Algebra
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Simplification using Boolean Algeb
ra
1
So you have memorized the
rules of Boolean Algebra
What is the use of Boolean Algebra?
Why are you learning Boolean Algebra?
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Simplification usi
Boolean Analysis of
Logic Circuits
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Boolean Analysis of Logic Circuits
1
How do you analyze a digital
circuit diagram?
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Boolean Analysis of Logic C
3
Boolean Expression for a
Logic Circuit
Steps to determine Boolean expres
Flip-flops and Related
Devices
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Flip-flops and Related Devices
1
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the lecture, students are able to:
Differentiate between asynchronous and
synchronous digital systems, in particular flip-flops
Differenti
Logic Gates
What are logic gates?
In the binary lesson, we discussed the switches inside a
computer
Logic gates are the switches that turn ON or OFF
depending on what the user is doing!
They are the building blocks for how computers work.
What are logi
Flip-flops and Related
Devices
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Flip-flops and Related Devices
1
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the lecture, students are able to:
Differentiate between asynchronous and
synchronous digital systems, in particular flip-flops
Differenti
Flip-flops and Related
Devices
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Flip-flops and Related Devices
1
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the lecture, students are able to:
Describe the characteristics of a general flip-flop
or latch
Reproduce the circuits for an active-LOW a
Alternate Logic Gate
Representations
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Alternate Logic Gate Representations
1
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the lecture, students are able to:
Represent other logic gates using NAND or NOR
gates
Interpret the operation of a logic circu
Applications of
Combinational Logic II
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Applications of Combinational Logic
1
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the lecture, students are able to:
Design comparators, decoders, encoders, multiplexers
and demultiplexers using combinational
Applications of
Combinational Logic
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Applications of Combinational Logic
1
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the lecture, students are able to:
Explain the operation of an arithmetic logic unit (ALU)
Describe the operations of a half adde
Course Components
Lectures
Labs and tutorials
Starts in Week 3. Done in groups of 2.
Tests
Three lectures per week for 14 weeks.
Two tests, one in Week 7, and the other in Week
13.
Projects
Assignments and quizzes
Final Exam
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Signed Numbers
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Signed Numbers
1
How does your calculator
knows that a number is
positive or negative?
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Signed Numbers
3
Types of signed numbers
Digital systems must be able to handle both
positive and negative numbers.
Please show your work if possible
1. Which one of the following terms is defined as a conflict of interest between the corporate
shareholders and the corporate managers?
A. Articles of incorporation.
B. Corporate breakdown.
C. Agency problem.
D. Bylaws.
E
CHAPTER 24
Term Loans and Leases
CHAPTER ORIENTATION
The first section of this chapter provides an overview of the major sources of term loans
and their characteristics. The second section of the chapter provides an overview of lease
financing, including
ASSIGNMENT SOLUTION OPERATING MODULE MBA
FINANCIAL PLANNING
Q1)
Answers to Questions:
1. Using the format of Exhibit 24-4 as a guide, project the net profit for the following 20 years
(years 6 to 25) based on the following assumptions:
*
Each class of rev
ASSIGNMENT SOLUTION OPERATING MODULE BBA
Financial Statement Analysis
Q.1
Inventory: Utilize the current and quick ratios to find inventory:
C.R= CA\CL= 2.0
Q.R=CA-Inv-Prepaid\CL= 1.5
Since prepaid expense = 0 the only difference between the two ratios is