Translating Logic Tables into boolean algebra functions

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Translating Logic Tables into boolean algebra functions

jeatontech
I have been working through the chapter and have figured out how to translate the boolean algebra functions into working diagrams but I am having trouble making the functions using the logic tables. Can anyone give me any helpful hints or examples?
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Re: Translating Logic Tables into boolean algebra functions

ybakos
Watch this starting at 16:47: https://vimeo.com/138884133#t=1008s
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Re: Translating Logic Tables into boolean algebra functions

Thorvald
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When you reach more complex gates, you always need to think if you can use gates that you've already built and how to combine them. In the case of multi-bit gates, it helps A LOT to do the things with just one-bit (this is a common practice in, for example, combinatorics), and then extrapolate your results to the remaining bits, because they all do would do the same.
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Re: Translating Logic Tables into boolean algebra functions

Thyreen
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Thanks a lot!
I now have faith in the rest of the course.
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