17ASSIGNMENT 3Textbook assignment: Chapter 2, “Fundamental Logic Circuits,” pages 2-1 through 2-36; and "SpecialLogic Circuits," Chapter 3, pages 3-1 through 3-3._____________________________________________________________________________________NOTE: UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED,ALL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS REFERTO POSITIVE LOGIC.3-1. Logic is the development of a reasonableconclusion based on known information.1.T2.F3-2. Which of the following methods is usedto represent the FALSE condition of thelogic symbol, F?1.(F)2.[F]3.F4.F3-3. Which of the following statementsdescribes logic polarity?1.Negative logic is indicated by avinculum2.Positive logic is always representedby a positive voltage3.A logic 1 is a positive voltage; alogic 0 is a negative voltage4.The change in voltage polarity torepresent a logic 13-4. Which of the following examplesrepresents positive logic?1.-5v equals 0, -10v equals 12.+5v equals 0, +10v equals 13.+5v equals 1, +10v equals 04.-5v equals 1, +5v equals 03-5. Of the following examples, choose theone that represents negative logic.1.-15v equals 0, -10v equals 12.-10v equals 1, -15v equals 03. 0v equals 0, -10v equals 14.-5v equals 0, 0v equals 13-6. If the letter X represents an input to alogic device, what logic state of X mustexist to activate the device or contributeto the activation of the device?1.02.13.Positive logic4.Negative logic3-7. A chart that lists all possible inputcombinations and resultant output iscalled a1.Truth Table2.Decision Table3.logic symbol listing4.polarity magnitude listing3-8. What is a logic gate?1.A block diagram2.An astable multivibrator3.A bistable multivibrator4.A decision-making circuit

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