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evinda

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Hello! (Wave)

I read the following about parity functions:

View attachment 6679

Since I haven't heard of combinatorial circuits before, I have searched for them.

I have found the following: http://http://www.math.northwestern.edu/~mlerma/courses/cs310-04w/notes/dm-combcirc.pdf

I haven't understood how we deduce that the circuit in figure 8.3 ( page 3 from the link- 120 from the book) is not a combinatorial circuit.

Do we have to find the expression that represents it? If so, how do we do so? (Thinking)

I read the following about parity functions:

View attachment 6679

Since I haven't heard of combinatorial circuits before, I have searched for them.

I have found the following: http://http://www.math.northwestern.edu/~mlerma/courses/cs310-04w/notes/dm-combcirc.pdf

I haven't understood how we deduce that the circuit in figure 8.3 ( page 3 from the link- 120 from the book) is not a combinatorial circuit.

Do we have to find the expression that represents it? If so, how do we do so? (Thinking)