# Homework Computing Help! :( PLEASE!!

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The final output would be 1, as the first logic gate is a AND gate (both inputs 1 - in order for output of AND gate to be 1. In this case only one input is 1, so the output of the AND gate is 0).

Then you do 0 (output of AND gate) as the input for NOT gate and the output of the NOT gate would be 1 (if input is 1, output is 0 or if input is 0, output is 1)
Last edited by Joy65; 1 year ago
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(Original post by Joy65)
The final output would be 1, as the first logic gate is a AND gate (both inputs 1 - in order for output of AND gate to be 1. In this case only one input is 1, so the output of the AND gate is 0).

Then you do 0 (output of AND gate) as the input for NOT gate and the output of the NOT gate would be 1 (if input is 1, output is 0 or if input is 0, output is 1)
thank you so much for the help, if you don't mind answering. is this correct? tysm!!
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(Original post by kittymityyy)
thank you so much for the help, if you don't mind answering. is this correct? tysm!!
and is this correct?
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(Original post by kittymityyy)
and is this correct?
Assuming they're both representations of the logic gates in your first post, then yes, aside from a typo in your truth table - last column should be labelled , where R is your intermediate result from the AND gate. Or even
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