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LOGIC GATES

This presentation show how AND, OR, NOT, NOR, NAND, XOR and XNOR GATES work
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Owen Edwards

on 18 March 2015

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Transcript of LOGIC GATES



The way that AND GATES work is that both inputs must be on for the output to work
GATES
THIS PRESENTATION SHOWS HOW AND, OR, NOT, NOR, NAND, XOR AND XNOR GATES WORK
OR GATES
NOT GATES
Input A = Apples
Input B = Bananas

Apples
AND
Bananas
Apples
OR
Bananas
Apples
NOT
Bananas

LOGIC
AND GATES
Input A (1) + B input (1) = 1
The way that OR
GATES work is that
at least one of the
inputs must be on
for the output to be
successful


Input A (0) + B input (0) = 0
The way that
NOT GATES work
is that the output
will be opposite
to the input
Input A (1) = 0
HOW TO REMEMBER
THIS:
NOR GATES
The way that NOR
GATES work is
completely the
opposite to OR
GATES
Input A (0) + Input B (0) = 1
NAND GATES
The way that
NAND GATES
work is the
opposite to AND
gates
Input A (1) + Input B (1) = 0
XOR GATES
The way that XOR
GATES work is that
it must be

ONE
input for the
output to be
succesful
Input A (1) + Input B(1) = 0
XNOR GATES
The way that the
XNOR GATE work
is that there must
be two of the same
input, otherwise
the output would
be negative
Input A (0) + Input B (0) = 1
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