My friend presented me with a question in order to challege me: How many AND operations can be produced from a NAND gate.

Now, I'm assuming an AND operation is the opposite of a NAND(Not and) operation. So if the output of the NAND gate was 1, then it would output a NAND operation? So then a NAND gate can output(produce) 3 AND operations, because you can get three 0 outputs?

I may be TOTALLY off base, and if I am feel free to correct me. I wanna double check my information and make sure I'm not totally off, because I hate being mis-informed.

Thanks a lot!

I'd like to mention that the question given to me was false. She didn't exactally...type it out right.

She actually stated it wrong and I got very confused, which made my limited knowledge of Logic Gated get muddled up.(Assuming that her question was right because she's in a course learning this crap.)

I assumed that whenever a gate returned a false output (0's) it would return the opposite operation as the GATE is.(NAND gate would return and.) Of course I was wrong, it seems.

She actually wanted to know how many NAND gates it would take to make an AND operation. Which is two NAND gates?

I'd like to mention that the question given to me was false. She didn't exactally...type it out right.

She actually stated it wrong and I got very confused, which made my limited knowledge of Logic Gated get muddled up.(Assuming that her question was right because she's in a course learning this crap.)

I assumed that whenever a gate returned a false output (0's) it would return the opposite operation as the GATE is.(NAND gate would return and.) Of course I was wrong, it seems.

She actually wanted to know how many NAND gates it would take to make an AND operation. Which is two NAND gates?

Yeah, I have no idea what I'm talking about. Lol.