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Show all of your work.
I just get this question and I don't know the previous condition. I guess we can assume a certain condition. My answer is the red graph in above.Show all of your work.
I don't know what it is exact state. I guess we can assume certain state. The red graph is my answer. I am not sure if I am right.What is the state of all the flops prior to the first clock ?
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The red graph is my answer and Y is output shown there.Show all of your work.
Your answer is wrong. If you show all of your work, we can see where you got off track.The red graph is my answer and Y is output shown there.
Can you show what it is your answer?Your answer is wrong. If you show all of your work, we can see where you got off track.
That's not the way homework help works. If we just give you answers, you can't learn from your mistakes.Can you show what it is your answer?
The only assumption you need to make, and it's a reasonable one, is that before the first clock edge in your diagram there was a reset event and each of the four flipflops reset to the state indicated in the diagram.I don't know what it is exact state. I guess we can assume certain state. The red graph is my answer. I am not sure if I am right.
That is not your WORK, that is your claimed ANSWER. How did you get it? Magic? Intuition? Reasoning? It's already been pointed out that it is wrong (though I haven't verified that personally). That's all the more we can tell you because that's all you've given us to work with.Sorry. Here is my answer.
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That is not your WORK, that is your claimed ANSWER. How did you get it? Magic? Intuition? Reasoning? It's already been pointed out that it is wrong (though I haven't verified that personally). That's all the more we can tell you because that's all you've given us to work with.
You need to show your WORK  which means the steps that you took to go from the diagram to the answer. That's the only way we can help you identify where you went wrong.
I don't know what you mean by Look at the clock edges that your solution transitions on. When it hits positive edge, it will change. Please point to specific edge.A picture is worth a thousand words.
Look at the clock edges that your solution transitions on.
Please see this pictures I did. It may be clear.A picture is worth a thousand words.
Look at the clock edges that your solution transitions on.
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How can the two Y pulses transition on different edges of clk?
Your description is too difficult to follow. We use timing diagrams to convey that type of information.Please see this pictures I did. It may be clear.
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