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Logic gate: Quiz


Question 1: In general the truth table does not lead to an efficient implementation; a minimization procedure, using ________, the Quine–McCluskey algorithm or an heuristic algorithm is required for reducing the circuit complexity.
Boolean algebra (logic)Boolean logicCanonical form (Boolean algebra)Karnaugh map

Question 2: ________ introduced a version of the 16-row truth table, which is shown above, as proposition 5.101 of Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus (1921).
Gilbert RyleLudwig WittgensteinPlatoBertrand Russell

Question 3: Another important advantage of standardised ________ logic families, such as the 7400 and 4000 families, is that they can be cascaded.
Central processing unitElectrical engineeringIntegrated circuitMOSFET

Question 4: Today custom ICs and the field-programmable gate array are typically designed with ________ (HDL) such as Verilog or VHDL.
Electronic design automationProgramming languageApplication-specific integrated circuitHardware description language

Question 5: It is possible to make a storage element either through a ________ (which stores charge due to its physical properties) or by feedback.
CapacitorElectronic componentInductorCapacitance

Question 6: These gates were used in early ________.
Integrated circuitElectrical engineeringCentral processing unitMOSFET

Question 7: It was then discovered that one transistor could do the job of two diodes in the space of one diode even better, by more quickly switching off the following stage, so ________, or TTL, was created.
Transistor–transistor logic7400 seriesLogic familyIntegrated circuit

Question 8: A logic gate performs a ________ on one or more logic inputs and produces a single logic output.
Propositional calculusFirst-order logicLogical connectiveTruth table

Question 9: As of 2008, most logic gates are made of ________ transistors.
MOSFETIntegrated circuitVery-large-scale integrationCMOS

Question 10: To build a ________ logic system, relays, valves (vacuum tubes), or transistors can be used.
Propositional calculusFunctional completenessSheffer strokeLogical connective

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