Electronic Essentials: Analogue and Digital Signals, Binary Operations and Logic Gates Practice Questions

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Electronic Essentials: Analogue and Digital Signals, Binary Operations and Logic Gates Revision Questions

1. Which of the following expression corresponds to the logic diagram shown in the figure?

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  1. A ∙ B + A ∙ C
  2. (A + B) ∙ (A + C)
  3. A ∙ B + C
  4. A ∙ B + A ∙ C

Correct Answer: D

2. The number 11010011 in the binary system corresponds to .. in the decimal system.

  1. 422
  2. 211
  3. 208
  4. 115

Correct Answer: B

3. What are the inputs of A and B if the output of the logic diagram shown below is 1 and the input C is 0?

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  1. Input A = 0 and input B = 0
  2. Input A = 0 and input B = 1
  3. Input A = 1 and input B = 0
  4. Input A = 1 and input B = 1

Correct Answer: C

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