Second part of simple exercises about creating truth tables of logic gates schemes.

Exercise: Create truth tables for the following logic gates schemes.

Scheme: Easy II-1

Hint: Scheme Equation
Y = P0 XOR C = (A NAND B) XOR C
Solution

Scheme: Easy II-1 Truth Table

ABCP0 (A NAND B)Y (P0 XOR C)
00011
00110
01011
01110
10011
10110
11000
11101

Scheme: Easy II-2

Hint: Scheme Equation
Y = P1 NAND C = (P0 NAND B) NAND C = ((NOT A) NAND B) NAND C
Solution

Scheme: Easy II-2 Truth Table

ABCP0 (NOT A)P1 (P0 NAND B)Y (P1 NAND C)
000111
001110
010101
011101
100011
101010
110011
111010

Scheme: Easy II-3

Hint: Scheme Equation
Y = P1 XOR C= (A AND P0) XOR C = (A AND (NOT B)) XOR C
Solution
ABCP0 (NOT B)P1 (A AND PO)Y (P1 XOR C)
000100
001101
010000
011001
100111
101110
110000
111001

Scheme: Easy II-4

Hint: Scheme Equation
Y = P2 NAND P1 = (A NOR P0) NAND (NOT B) = (A NOR (NOT A)) NAND (NOT B)
Solution

Scheme: Easy II-4 Truth Table

ABP0 (NOT A)P1 (NOT B)P2 (A NOR P0)Y (P2 NAND P1)
001101
011001
100101
110001

Scheme: Easy II-5

Hint: Scheme Equation
Y = P1 NAND P2 = (NOT A) NAND (P0 NAND D) = (NOT A) NAND ((B NAND C) NAND D)
Solution

Scheme: Easy II-5 Truth Table

ABCDP0 (B NAND C)P1 (NOT A)P2 (P0 NAND D)Y (P1 NAND P2)
00001110
00011101
00101110
00111101
01001110
01011101
01100110
01110110
10001011
10011001
10101011
10111001
11001011
11100011
11110011
Logic Gates Exercises: Easy II
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