i figured it out thanks to oxygen's logic...I checked all 32 combinations for all the letters related to the problem...and all of the outputs came out correct.
final condensed form: c(de + da + ab) + b(ae + de)
heres my diagram:
original form: ##ab \bar ce## + ##b \bar cde## + ##cde## + ##abc## + ##acd \bar e##
condensed form: ##b \bar c(ae + de)## + ##c(de + ab + ad \bar e)##
partial circuit diagram using NANDS ##c(de + ab + ad \bar e)##:
I made that portion with 7 NANDS...I still have to finish the ##b \bar...
thank you. I have one more expression for practice problems:
ab~ce + b~cde + cde + abc + acd~e (The ~ symbol represent "not")
I'm supposed to do this expression in 12 gates.
I currently have the last 3 condensed to: c(de + ab + ad~e)
The first two: b~ce(a + d)
so the final...
Here is what I got....this is a practice problem to prepare for a midterm, but I would like to see how you used 6 NAND gates.
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I'm trying to convert this expression: ga + za + sgz
using just 2-input nand gates...more specifically the 7400 ic chip.
I'm trying to use as little NAND gates as possible. I've got (ga + za) down to 5 NAND gates currently...I can only use 8 total NANDS for this.
Homework Statement
I'm trying to convert the 3-input AND gate shown below using only NAND gates...but am having troubles. Is it possible to use only 2 NANDS for the conversion?
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The Attempt at a Solution
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v = distance/time
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