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    K-Mapping Design Problems

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    1.) Design a device which will calculate the 4 bit two's compliment of an unsigned 3 bit input. First, write the truth table (your inputs are the three bits x2, x1, x0, and the outputs are fourth bits y3, y2, y0) Then, use K-maps to find the minimal sums of each of the outputs.

    2.) Design a device which will take in a 3-bit two's compliment number and output the square of that number(This output should also be in 2s compliment format.) Fill in the truth table and use k-maps to calculate the minimal sums for all of the output bits.

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    The solution solves 2 problems centering around designing a device that does calculations around two's compliments using k-maps and a truth table.

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