Binary Logic

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  • Created on: 28-03-15 16:40
Why are computers represent data in binary?
It is the only language computers understand. Each CPU is made up of millions of transistors which can only have two states: on and off
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What does a NOT gate do?
Reverses the input. (e.g 0 becomes 1 and 1 becomes 0)
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What does an AND gate do?
Waits for both inputs to be 1 before outputting a 1
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What does an OR gate do?
Waits for either input to be 1 before outputting a 1
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What are truth tables?
Truth tables are table that show all the possible inputs and outputs of a logic gate
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Define "logic gate"
A circuit that produces an output based in the inputs
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What does a NOT gate do?

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Reverses the input. (e.g 0 becomes 1 and 1 becomes 0)

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What does an AND gate do?

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What does an OR gate do?

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What are truth tables?

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