Minimized circuit not -or and gate, Electrical Engineering

1.  Given S(D1) = !Q1 X + !Q1 Q0 + Q1 !Q0 !X

                                                       and

      S(D0) = !Q1 !Q0 !X + Q0 X + Q1 !Q0 !X      

A.  DRAW A MINIMIZED CIRCUIT USING ONLY NOT, OR, and AND GATES (2 input gates)

B.  WRITE THE WIRE LIST

 

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