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    Hello, I have an exam question. I need to make a truth table. The logic circuit itself, has 'Statement 1' and 'Statement 2' on it? What does that mean? Does it mean I have to write the inputs in a certain order on the truth table?

    Thank you so much for the help.
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    I assume the question gives you a logic gate and asks you what the output would be if input one was 1 and input two was 0 etc.?

    A picture would help.
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    statements are the rows of the truth table. If you have two then you're 'testing' two statements. The first statement could be like input A is 1, input B is 0 (then you determine the result of the statement; is it true or false like the output of a logic gate) and then statement two is input A is 0, input B is 1 (again determine the result of the statement)
 
 
 
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