# truth table boolean logic

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by fran1942, Nov 3, 2010.

1. ### fran1942 Thread Starter Member

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Hello, I think out tutor gave us a faulty example, so I modified it as I thought correct.
Can anyone confirm if this truth table is a correct representation of the logic diagram ?

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2. ### haykp New Member

Oct 7, 2010
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I am afraid but I don't agree with representation of logic diagram.
the right one is Out = A+B

3. ### zgozvrm Member

Oct 24, 2009
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I haven't seen logic diagrams with symbols like this.

I assume the 2-input blocks with the $\ge$ are OR gates (outputs TRUE if either, or both inputs are TRUE).

Also, I'm guessing that the 1-input gate with the "1" inside and the inverted output is a NOT gate.

Obviously the gate with the "&" represents an AND gate.

If I am correct in the above assumptions, your logic equation is correct:
$\left( \overline{A + B} \right) + \overline{B}C$

...but your truth table is incorrect.

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5. ### Georacer Moderator

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No, the truth table is wrong.

Be more careful when filling the truth table. Do you know how to do the process of filling the table?