Describing the behaviour of logic circuits featuring more than one gate.
- Behaviour gates with more than two inputs
- Using truth tables to describe combinations of gates
Presentation. Introduces the idea of a gate with more than two inputs, using a 3-input AND gate as an example. Shows how a 3-input gate can be created from two 2-input gates. These ideas are explored more in the workbook.
Also includes a PDF workbook with notes and solutions. Covers symbols and truth tables of normal and inverting gates, 3-input variants of different gates, and how to use truth tables to analyse combined gates
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