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Q1.
A master-slave combination can be constructed for any type of flip-flops by adding a clocked
Answer: (b).T flip-flop with NAND gate for slave
Q2.
One that is not the type of flip-flop is
Q3.
In the excitation table of D flip-flop the next state is equal to
Q4.
The reduction of flip-flops in a sequential circuits are referred as
Q5.
State table can be represented in a
Q6.
Sequential circuits consists of
Q7.
The switch which clears the flip-flop to its initial state is called
Q8.
The don't care condition in a table is represented by

a.

a

b.

b

c.

c

d.

x