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Open this folder and view contentsKarnaugh Mapping - Lesson 4
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First Evaluation

No. 1 Construct the truth Table

What is the Boolean equation?


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No. 2 Draw the logic circuit whose Boolean equation is


Use the 7404, 7408 and the 7411 with pin numbers

No. 3 Simplify the following Boolean expressions


No. 4 A digital system has a 4 bit input from 0000 to 1111.

Design a logic circuit that produces a high output whenever the equivalent hex input is greater than C.

Truth table

Sum of products equation

Logic circuit

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a) Draw the Karnaugh map
b) Encircle all octets, quads, and pairs you can find.
c) What is the simplified Boolean equation?
d) Draw the logic circuit using NAND gates.