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Can someone help me? I have attached the problem I am trying tosolve. Now when I am in my actual build of the circuit everythingworks. But when I go to my calculator no matter what button I pressthe calculator does addition. I have messed around with thisincluding adding a second multiplexer that took all four operatorsinto the first four slots and then displayed the output. I have noclue why only addition is being selected.

You will create a 8 bit calculator in Logisim that looks like the one in the picture below Here is the info from the assignment The calculator you will be completing is a relatively simple 8-bit calculator with a hexadecimal output. It has a single 8-bit input (you can think of these as switches a user would set) and 5 buttons (+, -, “, /, and =). The calculator takes 2 numbers sequentially. The user indicates that the first number has been entered in the 8-bit input by selecting an operator (changing the operator should update the number read from the input). Whenever an operator button is pressed, the display should be updated with the stored value of the first number. Once the equals (=) button is pressed, the calculator should save the second number from the input and display the result. At this point the calculator should be ready to read a new number from the input 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 c in cdut MUX 00 bin b out 00 Q1 en o c in X dut upper rem 0 0 00 We were unable to transcribe this imageShow transcribed image text You will create a 8 bit calculator in Logisim that looks like the one in the picture below Here is the info from the assignment The calculator you will be completing is a relatively simple 8-bit calculator with a hexadecimal output. It has a single 8-bit input (you can think of these as switches a user would set) and 5 buttons (+, -, “, /, and =). The calculator takes 2 numbers sequentially. The user indicates that the first number has been entered in the 8-bit input by selecting an operator (changing the operator should update the number read from the input). Whenever an operator button is pressed, the display should be updated with the stored value of the first number. Once the equals (=) button is pressed, the calculator should save the second number from the input and display the result. At this point the calculator should be ready to read a new number from the input
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