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Question 1 2 / 2 points
Looping on a K-map always results in the elimination of: variables within the loop that appear only in their uncomplemented form. variables that remain unchanged within the loop.
Correct Response variables within the loop that appear in both complemented and uncomplemented form. variables within the loop that appear only in their complemented form.
Question 2 2 / 2 points
In a K-Map the number of squares in a cover (loop) is allways a power of two.

Correct Response True False
Question 3 2 / 2 points
What theorem is used when two terms in adjacent squares are combined?

Correct Response


Multiplying and factoring


Question 4 0 / 2
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What is true about the expression of f given in the figure?

The given expression of f represents the minimum solution.

An expression of f in product-of-sums that gives the minimu cost for f exits and is equivalent in cost to the minimum solution in sum-of-products.

Both options a) and b are true

Incorrect Response
The given expression for f does not follow the covers (loops) shown in the K-map.

Correct Answer
None of the above is true

Question 11 3 / 3 points

The figure above shows the corresponding K-Map of the function F(X1,X2,X3). What is the expression corresponding to the minimum cost of F?




Correct Response
None of the above

Question 12 0 / 3 points

The figure above shows the K-map of a four variable f(A,B,C,D). What is true about f?

Incorrect Response
Only a sum-of-products expression gives the minimum solution.

Only product-of-sums expression gives the minimum solution.

Correct Answer
Either a sum-of-products or a product- of-sums gives minimum cost expression.

A minimum solution for F will have at least three terms with three literlas.

Question 13 0 / 3 points

In the K-Map of the figure above, which of the following is

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