Hi, does that mean that there are many possible displays for 001?Welcome to AAC!
There is no "why".
That is your assignment.
When CBA = 000, display "E".
For the rest of the assignment, you are challenged to think outside of the box.
That is what a good engineer does.
Sorry, I’m starting to think I don’t understand the diagram at all, are A,B,C switches that control abcdefg? If so, how many letters is one switch controlling? Sorry if I seem really clueless because I am, thanksWho knows? The problem isn’t about any other value for CBA than 000.
Why would you think that there are many possible displays for CBA equal to 001?
It’s not relevant.
It’s explained in the first image of the problem statement.Sorry, I’m starting to think I don’t understand the diagram at all, are A,B,C switches that control abcdefg? If so, how many letters is one switch controlling? Sorry if I seem really clueless because I am, thanks
Can it be said that there only 3 logic gates in this “unknown circuit” and each logic gate has 3 inputs?It’s explained in the first image of the problem statement.
A,B,C are digital inputs. They may come from a variety of sources. Another digital circuit perhaps? Or maybe some switches.
What we know is that each input represents either a ‘1’ or a ‘0’. If it helps you visualize the problem, sure, you can think of them as switches.
Do not think that a switch controls segments directly! What classes have you taken that covers digital logic? Do you know what a “logic gate” is? An AND? Or an OR? Even a NOT?
The input “controls” a-g as far as their values are processed by the “Digital Logic Circuit” in the problem statement. That unknown circuit (which is what you need to design to answer the problem) takes the inputs and lights the necessary segments in such a way that an input of 000 displays the letter ‘E’ on the 7-segment display.
Is that a question or statement?Digital electronics?
It was a statement, the question mark wasn’t intentional.Is that a question or statement?
Digital electronics is a start. It builds on an understanding of digital logic. Either as a separate study or as the first few sessions of a digital electronics course.
Explain please, where or how you got the idea that you’d need three logic gates with three inputs? Perhaps if I understood your explanation, I can guide you better.
Am I right to say that what I drew is correct? In terms of what A B C is( ignore the “AND”)No, it says that
A,B, & C are symbols that represent a 3 input digital logic.
I can see how the language is confusing. But this is how I read it.
A,B,C are symbols that represent - 3 inputs to a digital logic circuit.
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