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Spring 2015
Exam 3
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answer (additional paper w
Assignment #4
EE 280 Design of Logic Circuits
Due Wednesday 10/14/15
Chapter 3 problems 1 through 7 and the following (3rd edition):
8) Multiplication - Perform the following multiplications of unsigned binary numbers.
a) 0101 x 0101
b) 1011 x 1001011
c)
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1a) Given the following truth table and using a 4 input Karnaugh Map minimize the
function f. Keep your answer in Sum of Products (SOP) Form and put a box around
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HW #6
EE 280 Digital Logic Circuits
Due Friday Nov 14, 2014
Chapter 5 Problems from Textbook (3rd edition):
1. Problem 5.2
Figure 5.4 shows a latch built with NOR gates. Draw a similar latch using NAND gates. Derive its characteristic
table and show its t
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Spring 2014
Exam 2
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Put away your cell phones, programmable watches, and calculators. Show
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2014
Practice Exam 1
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You have 50 minutes to complete this exam. It is closed book, closed notes.
Put away your cell phones, programmable watches, and calculators. Show
all of your work and circle your final answer and make sure it is
Assignment #2
EE 280 Design of Logic Circuits
Due Friday 9/12/2014
1. Problem 2.1
Use algebraic manipulation to prove that x+yz=(x+y).(x+z). Note that this is
the distributive rule, as stated in identity 12b in Section 2.5.
2. Problem 2.2
Use algebraic ma
Assignment #3
EE 280 Design of Logic Circuits
Due Wednesday 9/24/14
1. Problem 2.31
For the timing diagram in Figure P2.3, synthesize the function f (x1, x2, x3)
in the simplest sum-of-products form.
2. Problem 2.36
Design a circuit with output f and inpu
EE 280: Design of Logic Circuits
Section 002
Course Syllabus, Fall 2014
Instructor:
Dr. Jeffrey Ashley
Email:
[email protected]
Office:
FPAT 565
Office Hours:
TBD. I also typically maintain an open-door policy.
Course URL:
https:/elearning.uky.edu/
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2.1706427397
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2.1656811251
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Length of box (cm)
15.7
Uncertainty in Length (cm)
0.05
trig
0.5
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0.85
rmiddle
1.23
rlarge
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south is attracted to the north. The north wants to go to the strongest part of the other magnets
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1
2
3
Frequency from function
generator (Hz)
0.5
1
1.5
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18.53
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With the information given in this module,
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Lab #: Springs
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Principal Investigator:_
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Principal Investigator- Macaulay Hurst
Researcher- Franklin Bradford
Data Analyst-Harry Park Jr.
Lab Report-Springs
Introduction- by Macaulay Hurst
The purpose of
Researcher-Hurst
For this procedure we wanted to calculate rotational inertia, angular velocity, torque,
angular acceleration, and the total inertia while two systems are acting together.
Using the equations from the previous lab 8 we were able to calcula
Researcher - Lab 3 - Macaulay Hurst
In order to achieve our desired result, our group directly measured several different
examples of voltage, resistance, and current within a circuit. We created the circuit
using information from the lab packet. For this