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what is the expression for this logic gate circuit?
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(not(A) and(B)) or(C) =P
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tysm for answering!
is this correct (Ᾱ.B)+C
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if u dont mind, can i ask u another question regarding logic circuits?
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tysm for answering!
is this correct (Ᾱ.B)+C
I haven't seen this notation before, but it looks right
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I haven't seen this notation before, but it looks right
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Thank you for your help
if i could just pick at your brain for a few more seconds, how would you draw a logic circuit diagram for this scenario?

A car has two doors. If the ignition is on, and either of the doors is not properly closed, a warning light is displayed.

I attempted it by drawing this, but I'm not sure if its correct. Would you mind checking? Thank you so much
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if i could just pick at your brain for a few more seconds, how would you draw a logic circuit diagram for this scenario?

A car has two doors. If the ignition is on, and either of the doors is not properly closed, a warning light is displayed.

I attempted it by drawing this, but I'm not sure if its correct. Would you mind checking? Thank you so much
This is correct, just make it sure d1 and d2 represent door 1 and door 2 being still open
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This is correct, just make it sure d1 and d2 represent door 1 and door 2 being still open
You've been really helpful! Thank you for the feedback, I really appreciate it!
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