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Homework Help: Combinational Circuits and Infinite Possibilities.

  1. Mar 24, 2007 #1
    1. A multiple output circuit has 4 items going into the combinational circuit and 4 lines exiting. However, the map of the circuit has 2(not gates) and 4 and gates and 1 or gate. All of the lines enter and exit all the gates some twice.



    2. x1 & x2 start into the one and gate, then go out to 1 y line. This I understand!! Easy as pie, but when they both jog into the or gate and through a not gate then back to a and gate..I am so confused.



    3. So far I have 11 possible outcomes. Is it feasible to say x1-xn & y1 -yn have infinite possibilities? Could I just say x1, x2, x3, x4 6 ^ (and sign) y1, y2, y3, y4 = infinity?

    Anyone know a good site that shows a Combinational Circuit?

    Any information would greatly be appreciated! :cry:
     
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