Click on an input or a row on the truth table to change the input values.
F = x . y
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The AND gate is one of the most fundamental gates used in logic systems. An AND gate can have 2 or more inputs. The logic value at the output depends on the values at the inputs. When all inputs are logic-1, the output is also logic-1. In all other cases, the output is logic-0.
The truth table for a two-input AND gate is as follows:
In this table, x and y represent the inputs and F represents the output. Each row in the table indicates the corresponding output value based on the values of inputs in that row. For example, the first row indicates that F = 0 for x = 0 and y = 0.
In logic, the AND operation is represented by the "∧" or "." symbol. Additionally, the absence of any operation symbol between two variables, similar to multiplication, indicates that these variables are being ANDed. For example, the expression "AB" means "A and B".
AND gate learning tool,
You can select the input values yourself or set them randomly.
To toggle the input values between 1 and 0, click on the inputs.
Or click on any row on the truth table to set the input values.
ALL = 0 and ALL = 1 buttons reset and set all input values, respectively.
The DIE ICON generates a random set of values for the inputs.
2, 3, and 4 input AND gates are available.
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