If a vegetarian
Eats vegetables
Then what
Does a
Humanitarian eat?
100

A circuit with one path is…

A series circuit

100

What are the basic fundamentals of electricity

Voltage, Current, Resistance

100

What is 9 in the binary number system?

1001

100

This logic expression is an example of what implementation? A*BC*D+BCD*+AB*

Sum of Products (SOP)

100

What is an electronic component that resists the flow of electrical current

Resistor

200

This indicator can be used to display the decimal numbers 0-9 and some alpha characters

A seven-segment display

200

What unit is resistance measured in

ohms (Ω)

200

How high does a Mod-12 counter count to?

11

200

What are the desired outputs of a circuit?

Minterms

200

How many NOR gates are required to build this: AB+BC+CD

13

300

Use Ohm’s law to calculate R if I=15.5 uA and V=3.5 v

225.8 K Ω

300

What is an electrical component that stores a charge.

A capacitor

300

This logic expression is an example of what implementation? (W+X*+Y*+Z)(W*+X+Y*)(W+Z*)

Product of Sum (POS)

300

Why is an asynchronous counter called a ‘ripple counter’?

There is a very small delay between each flip-flop, causing an effect like a ripple in water

300

400

The abbreviation K (kilo) represents 10 raised to the ___ power

3rd

400

How do you get an asynchronisms counter to count up?

Connect the CLK input to the Q output with the opposite polarity.

400

What does RCO stand for?

Ripple Carryout

400

When you have a 3 or more variable, what is the rule when writing the variables for the K-Map?

Only one variable changes for every row change

400

An electronic circuit having many components, such as transistors, diodes, resistors, and capacitors in a single package

Integrated Circuit

500

The maximum current a human body can handle before sustaining injury

15 mA

500

Convert 9F10^16 to Base 10

2560^10

500

What is a digital switch with single input (source) and a multiple outputs (destinations)

DEMUX

500

What mathematical theory helps simply logic expressions?

Boolean Algebra

500

How can two logic equations that are not identical be equal or equivalent?

They have to have the same truth value for all possible combinations