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Boolean logic
Introduction
6. Introduction to the logic gates AND, OR, NOT
Logic gates AND, OR, NOT: Part A
Logic gates AND, OR, NOT: Test A
Logic gates AND, OR, NOT: Part B
Logic gates AND, OR, NOT: Test B
Logic gates AND, OR, NOT: Part C
Logic gates AND, OR, NOT: Test C
Logic gates AND, OR, NOT: Worksheet 1
Logic gates AND, OR, NOT: Worksheet 2
7. Truth tables
Truth tables: Part A
Truth tables: Test A
Truth tables: Part B
Truth tables: Test B
Truth tables: Part C
Truth tables: Test C
Truth tables: Part D
Truth tables: Activity
Truth tables: Worksheet 1
Truth tables: Worksheet 2
Boolean logic overview
Overview
Overview
Boolean logic overview
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By the end of this section you will be able to recognise and draw three logic gates: AND, OR and NOT.
You should be able to combine them into complex
logic circuits
to solve problems involving Boolean operators and draw
logic diagrams
of them.
Finally, you will be able to use
truth tables
to investigate all of the possible input and output states of the Boolean operators, logic gates and logic circuits.
Using these techniques will allow you to create algorithms to solve complex problems. They also come in handy when you're trying to work out why a computer program doesn't work in the way you intended.
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