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Created by Shahzaib • 1 month ago

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Shahzaib

On Jun 09, 2024

Solve it

Mariah Carey

On Jun 29, 2024

To design a logic circuit that takes two 2-bit unsigned numbers A and B as inputs and produces two outputs X and Y based on the conditions X=1 if (A+B) = 2 Y=1 if (A+B) > 2 we can follow these steps:

Step 1: Truth Table

First, let's create a truth table to understand the conditions for X and Y.

Step 2: Logic Simplification

To design a logic circuit, we can derive the expressions for X and Y.

Step 3: Circuit Diagram

Based on the simplified expressions, the circuit diagram can be constructed using basic logic gates (AND, OR, NOT gates).

Step 4: Explanation of Optimization Mapquest Directions

The optimization process involves simplifying the logic expressions for X and Y to their minimal forms using boolean algebra and Karnaugh maps if necessary. This ensures that the circuit is efficient in terms of gate count and propagation delay.