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Design a logic circuit that converts a four digit binary input to equivalent Binary Coded Decimal value. You need to first create the truth table (please note this circuit should have four input bits, but five output bits; for example, for an input 1001 (decimal 9) the suggested output will be 0 1001 (the BCD value 0 9); and for an input 1010 (decimal 10) the suggested output should be 1 0000 (the BCD value 1 0 )). After creating the truth table design the Boolean expressions for each of the five output bits. Draw the resulting circuit diagram using AND - OR - NOT gates.

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