Dear all, I kind of confuse by the question. A logic circuit has 5 inputs: A*, B, C*, D*, E and one output Y. The ouput Y is asserted if one or more of the following conditions occurs: . A*, C* and E are all asserted . B is asserted but neither A* nor D*is asserted . B is negated but D* or E is asserted Using suitable logic symbols, draw a clearly labelled logic circuit diagram to illustrate the circuits's behaviour. The B* asserted , A asserted is confusing me. Thanks
If B is asserted, then it means that B* is not. I.e. If B is True,. B* is False If B* is asserted then B is NOT. i.e. if B* is True then B is False Get it? The word but typically means AND in logic, Asserted = TRUE, Negated = FALSE, Neither __ nor __ also is AND. Or is obvious. Just like is substitutes for an = sign in word problems, etc. Hope this helps.