HomeElectronics Multiple choice question MCQ online testCombinational Logic Design MCQ {part2} Combinational Logic Design MCQ {part2} Leave a Comment / Electronics Multiple choice question MCQ online test Share this 0% 0 votes, 0 avg 4 Created on June 12, 2023Digital electronics Combinational Logic Design {part 2} 1 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 1. A full-adder can be realized using a) two half-adders, one OR gate b) two half-adders, one AND gate c) one half-adder, two OR gates d) two half-adders, two OR gates 2 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 2. The minimum number of 2-input NAND/NOR gates required to realize a half-subtractor is a) 5 b) 3 c) 6 d) 4 3 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 3. In BCD addition, 0110 is required to be added to the sum for getting the correct result, if a) a carry is produced b) the sum of two BCD numbers is not a valid BCD number c) none of these d) the suni of two BCD numbers is not a valid BCD number or a carry is produced 4 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 4. The adder preferred for applications where circuit minimization is more important than speedis a) serial adder b) full-adder c) parallel adder d) half-adder 5 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 5. A serial adder requires only one a) full-adde b) counter c) half-adder d) multiplexer 6 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 6. Which logic gate is a basic comparator? a) NAND gate b) NOR gate c) X-OR gate d) X-NOR gate 7 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 7. Which of the following logic circuits accepts two binary digits on inputs, and produces two binary digits, a sum bit and a carry bit on its outputs? a) parallel adder b) half-adder c) serial adder d) full-adder 8 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 8. To secure a higher speed of addition, which of the following is the preferred solution? a) adder with a look-ahead-carry b) serial adder c) parallel adder d) full-adder 9 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 9. How many inputs and outputs does a full-adder have? a) three inputs, two outputs b) two inputs, one output c) two inputs, two outputs d) two inputs, three outputs 10 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 10. In which of the following adder circuits is the carry ripple delay eliminated? a) half-adder b) parallel adder c) full-adder d) carry-look-ahead adder 11 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 11. In a digital system BCD arithmetic is preferred to normal binary arithmetic because a) BCD arithmetic circuits are faster than binary arithmetic circuits b) of ease of operation when input is in BCD format and the output display is decimal c) BCD arithmetic circuits are less expensive than binary arithmetic circuits d) BCD arithmetic circuits are simpler than binary arithmetic circuits 12 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 12. How many inputs and outputs does a full-subtractor circuit have? a) three inputs, two outputs b) two inputs, two outputs c) two inputs, one output d) two inputs, three outputs 13 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 13. The minimum number of 2-input NAND gates required to realize a full adder/full-subtractor is a) 6 b) 3 c) 5 d) 4 14 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 14. A parallel adder in which the carry-out of each full-adder is the carry-in to the next significant digit adder is called a a) parallel carry adder b) serial carry adder c) look-ahead-carry adder d) ripple carry adder 15 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 15. How many full-adders are required to construct an m-bit parallel adder? a) m-1 b) m+ 1 c) m/2 d) m 16 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 16. The minimum number of 2-input NAND/NOR gates required to realize a half-adder is a) 3 b) 4 c) 6 d) 5 17 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 17. In digital systems subtraction is performed a) using adders with 1’s complement representation of negative numbers b) by none of these c) using half-adders d) using half-subtractors 18 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 18. Parallel adders are a) none of these b) sequential logic circuits c) Both d) combinational logic circuits 19 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 19. A logic circuit that responds to just one input, in accordance with some priority system, among those that may be simultaneously high is called a) an encode b) a priority decoder c) a priority encoder d) a decoder 20 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 20. The minimum number of 2-input NOR gates required to realize a full-subtractor is a) 8 b) 12 c) 10 d) 9 21 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 21. BCD subtraction is performed by using a) 2’s complement representation b) 1’s complement representation c) 9’s complement representation d) S’s complement representation 22 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 22. The difference output in a full-subtractor is the same as the a) difference output of a half-subtractor b) sum output of a full-adder c) sum output of a half-adder d) carry output of a full-adder 23 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 23. The logic gate used in parity checkers is a) NAND gate b) X-OR gate c) X-NOR gate d) NOR gate 24 / 24 Category: Combinational Logic Design 24. A device whose inputs are decimal digits and/or alphabetic characters and whose outputs are the coded representations of those inputs is called a) an encoder b) a decode c) a code converter d) a decimal converter Your score isThe average score is 2% LinkedIn Facebook Twitter VKontakte 0% Restart quiz Exit Thank you Send feedback Share this