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Suppose we have a tertiary number system, which consists of three different symbols i. You have to perform the following operation defined in a given expression where we have to subtract a tertiary number from a decimal number and have to express the output in a binary number system. So to perform the subtraction you need to convert the numbers to any one of the Binary, Tertiary or Decimal number systems. You can do so by Sum-Of-Weight Method that is explained in the handouts.

Lets suppose you convert the tertiary number into decimal and then perform the subtraction, you will see that the tertiary number is actually in decimal. After subtracting, the answer will be Now you can convert this number into binary to give your final answer. The binary equivalent of in Decimal is "". Question No. You have to write simplified Boolean expression using Boolean Algebra.

Note: You have to write the Boolean Algebra Rule name for each simplification step. Do write all the rules that you use for simplification otherwise you might lose some score in the result. Solution: This one is quite easy after you have the simplified Boolean expression. You can also use any tool to create the Circuit diagram and Insert Image of the diagram in the assignment solution file. If you have any questions feel free to comment below.


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