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Arithmetic for Computers

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1. Consider a logic function with three inputs, A, B, and C, and three outputs, D, E, and F . The function is defined as follows: D is true if A or C is true, E is true if A and C are true, and F is true only if B or C are false. Show the truth table for this function.

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