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thingmaker3

Joined May 16, 2005
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Methinks there STILL be typos here!:rolleyes: No soup for either of you!

"NAND" means "NOT AND." (But you knew that.) "AND" means both i/p must be high for the output to be high. (But you knew that.) "NOT" means, we invert the output. (But you knew that, too.)
 

mik3

Joined Feb 4, 2008
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Ohhh!!! You are right thingmaker, he wants a NAND gate and not an AND gate. I was not very carefull and i didnt notice that. Thus the correct answer is:

You get a 1 on the output if
A=0, B=0
A=0, B=1
A=1, B=0

If the inputs are A=1, B=1 then the output is 0

I am sorry for the wrong answer dlmcknny63
 
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