Minimized circuit using or and and not gate, Electrical Engineering

 

Given S(F) = A'B +'C'D + C'D +'A'B + 'A B + 'A 'C + 'A D + 'A C

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

B. WRITE THE WIRE LIST

Example of a wire list:           

U1 = SN74LS00

VCC --> U1-14

GND --> U1-7

A --> SW1 --> U1-1

B --> SW2 --> U1-2, U1-12, U1-13

C --> SW3 --> U1-5

U1-3 (X1) --> U1-4

U1-6 (X2) --> U1-9

U1-11 (X3) --> U1-10

U1-8 (F) --> LED

 

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