1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data You have two clock signals (one is 25/sec,other is 30/sec). Design a circuit that takes both clocks as inputs, determines the faster one within a second, and indicates faster one by lighting an led. The led should remain on until reset by a control signal. You may use AND, OR, and NOT gates, SR latches, T-FF's and D-FF's, LEDs, resistors, and switches; don't try doing this with analog filters. 2. Relevant equations Can use AND, NOT, OR gates, SR latches, T-FF's, D-FF's, LEDs, resistors, and switches 3. The attempt at a solution Im having a hard time on this one. I was maybe thinking that pass each of them through a separate binary counter. Thus after a second, one should read 11110 the other 11001. Then once it has been a second, a switch closes and reads say the last digit of each number. If it is a zero, then that led should be lit. If not then it shouldnt be lit. So once this switch closes, both should be fed to some sort of memory latch that will hold this value until the reset control signal is initiated. Thus, then the two outputs of the memory latch will be passed through a NOT gate and then fed to a resistor/led. THus the one with a 0 will have the led lit. I am not sure if this will work/ is correct. Also, I do not know if we can even use a switch that closes after a second. Any help would be appreciated.