AND Gate Logic

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What is the output of an AND gate when both inputs are '1'?

1

Which statement best describes the function of an AND gate?

Outputs 1 only if all inputs are 1

In an AND gate, what is the output when one input is '1' and the other is '0'?

0

If the inputs to an AND gate are '0' and '1', what will the output be?

0

What happens in an AND gate if one input is 'FALSE' and the other is 'TRUE'?

'FALSE'

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And Gate

An AND gate is a type of logic gate that produces an output of 1 only when all of its inputs are 1. Mathematically, this is expressed as (Q = A \cdot B). Visually, this can be represented through a truth table, where the output column corresponds to the boolean product of the input columns:

Input A Input B Output
T T T
T F F
F T F
F F F

This means that the output will be TRUE if and only if both inputs are TRUE. Otherwise, the output will always be FALSE, regardless of the individual states of each input.

Learn about AND gates, a type of logic gate that outputs true only when all inputs are true. Explore the mathematical and visual representations of AND gates using truth tables.

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