- Boolean algebra is different from ordinary algebra in which way?

Boolean algebra can represent more than 1 discrete level between 0 and 1

Boolean algebra have only 2 discrete levels: 0 and 1

Boolean algebra can describe up to 3 levels of logic levels

They are actually the same

NA

The following 2 questions are referred to the below image:

- What is the output X if both inputs A and B are 0?

0

1

I don't know

NA

- What is the output X if A=1 and B=0?

0

1

I don't know

NA

- For a three inputs (A,B C) OR gate, what inputs are needed if output=0?

A=0, B=0, C=1

A=0, B=1, C=0

A=1, B=1, C=1

A=0, B=0,C=0

NA

The following 2 questions are referred to the below image:

- What is the output X if input A=1, B=0 and C=1?

0

1

I don't know

NA

- What inputs are needed if output=1?

A=0,B=0,C=0

A=1, B=0, C=1

A=0, B=1, C=0

A=1, B=1, C=1

NA

The following 2 questions are related to the below image:

- What is the output of the above gate if input A=0, B=1?

0

1

Not sure

NA

- What are the value of the inputs if output=1?

A=0, B=0

A=0, B=1

A=1, B=0

A=1, B=1

I don't know

The following 2 questions are related to the below image:

- What are the values of the inputs if output=0?

A=0, B=0

A=0, B=1

A=1, B=0

A=1, B=1

I don't know

**Try Harder** For the truth table below, what type
of logic gate is it?

3 Inputs OR

3 Inputs AND

3 Inputs NOR

3 Inputs NAND

Not sure