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Guidelines are different for responding to homework questions.Yes this is my Homework assignment.
Taking the time and effort to make your work tidy, even (or especially) if that means taking chicken-scratch drawings and redoing them solely for the purpose of cleaning them up, is time very well spent. This is particularly important when asking others for assistance or what you turn in for grading. But it is extremely helpful even if you are the only person that will see them. Cleaning them up forces you to think about why it isn't clean and what will make it clean -- that forces you to think about what you are doing in a coherent and focused way. It also lets you review what you have accomplished to this point and perhaps spot errors or things that haven't been taken into account.Yes this is my Homework assignment. sorry i am still trying to make sense of it all thats why its a bit unitidy below are my k maps and equations
yes you are rightGuidelines are different for responding to homework questions.
Why are they teaching you to use 'A' for MSB? If you study datasheets from the 1970's, it's more typical for 'A' to be LSB.
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Kindly label your Kmaps JA, KA, JB, KB, etc. You have a bunch of y= equations, but I can't tell which variables they're for.
Wouldn't it make more sense to use Ja or JA instead of y?
You should have 6 equations.i guess for this problem A=m b=Qa c=Qb d=Qc
I'm not even going to try to read your schematic without first seeing how you arrived at the equations.do you find anything wring with the circuit diagram
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