That's for a digital multiplexer. An analog multiplexer that can transmit analog signals (as well as digital) is built withInput C is the addressing input /chooser bit , which controls which of the two data inputs, X0 or X1, will be transmitted to the output.
So .. If C=0 then X0 comes out of the multiplexor, otherwise if C=1, X1 comes out.
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