# (Solved) : Question 2 Figure Shows Four Switches Part Control Circuitry Copy Machine Switches Various Q42682892 . . .

Question 2 Figure below shows four switches that are part of the control circuitry in a copy machine. The switches are at various points along the path of the copy paper as the paper passes through the machine. Each switch is normally open, and as the paper passes over a switch, the switch closes. It is impossible for switches SW1 and SW4 to be closed at the same time. Design the logic circuit to produce a HIGH output whenever two or more switches are closed at the same time. Use K mapping and take advantage of the don’t care conditions. +5 v BW1 +8V BW2 Logic circuit SW3 +5V SWA a) Obtain the truth table for this function. SWI SW2 SW3 SW4X We were unable to transcribe this imageb) Using the Karnaugh map give a simplified expression for the output Z. c) Implement this circuit using suitable gates. Show transcribed image text Question 2 Figure below shows four switches that are part of the control circuitry in a copy machine. The switches are at various points along the path of the copy paper as the paper passes through the machine. Each switch is normally open, and as the paper passes over a switch, the switch closes. It is impossible for switches SW1 and SW4 to be closed at the same time. Design the logic circuit to produce a HIGH output whenever two or more switches are closed at the same time. Use K mapping and take advantage of the don’t care conditions.
+5 v BW1 +8V BW2 Logic circuit SW3 +5V SWA a) Obtain the truth table for this function. SWI SW2 SW3 SW4X

b) Using the Karnaugh map give a simplified expression for the output Z. c) Implement this circuit using suitable gates.

Answer to Question 2 Figure below shows four switches that are part of the control circuitry in a copy machine. The switches are a…

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