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Logic[edit]

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Compound truth tables exercises[edit]

1. NAND: x NAND y = NOT (x AND y)

The NAND function
x y x AND y NOT (x AND y)
0 0
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1
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2. NOR: x OR y = NOT (x OR y)

The NOR function
x y x OR y NOT (x OR y)
0 0
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0 1
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1 0
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0
1 1
1
0

3. XOR: x XOR y is true if and ONLY if either x or y is true.

The XOR function
x y x OR y
0 0
0
0 1
1
1 0
1
1 1
0


Produce truth tables for: 1. xyz

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2. x'y'z'

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3. xyz + xy'z

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5. (x + y)'

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8. x' + y'

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Laws of Boolean algebra exercises[edit]

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1. z = ab'c' + ab'c + abc
2. z = ab(c + d)
3. z = (a + b)(c + d + f)
4. z = a'c(a'bd)' + a'bc'd' + ab'c
5. z = (a' + b)(a + b + d)d'

2. Show that x + yz is equivalent to (x + y)(x + z)

Implications exercises[edit]

  1. Decide whether the following propositions are true or false:
    1. If 1 + 2 = 3, then 2 + 2 = 5 is false because something that's true implies something that's false
    2. If 1 + 1 = 3, then fish can't swim is true because 1+1 is not 3
  2. Show that the following pair of propositions are equivalent
    1.  :
We use truth tables for this
The NAND function
x y
0 0
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0 1
1
1
1 0
0
0
1 1
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The columns in the table are the same for both propositions, thus they are equivalent.

Logic Puzzles exercises[edit]

Please go to Logic puzzles.