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Design a recycling MOD 19 up counter using JK FFs.
In your design, include the logic circuit diagram and the timing diagram output that counts from 000002 = 010 to 100112 = 1910. Comment your timing diagram and determine the output of the counter after 250th clock pulses. Verify your answer.
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