Perhaps you should start with a truth table? From there a Karnough map should be elementary.hi everybody,
the proff. assigned us this:
"Design a gate logic circuit to provide an output of 1 (true) when any two or more of the four inputs are 1"
plz help me approach this X)
That solution will give you a 1 when any one input is true. Not the correct solution to your original problem.sorry ... not able to post in here what I did...
anyways, I used two or-gates with 2 inputs each ... and then linked to a final or gate .
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