There are infinitely many possible answers: Rule I: Output = 4 (whatever the input, the output is 4). Rule 2: Output = Input - 2 Rule 3: Output = Input/2 + 1 Rule 4: Output = (Input/3)2
There are two input and output ports for Input 1 and 2 and Output 1 and 2.
No, it means that the output is two times larger than input.
Output. For example, if you input '2 + 2 =' in a calculator, the 4 that appears is the output.
2 input and 1 output
Input: "3+2" --- Output: "5" Input: "song.mp3" ---- Output: the music you listen to
1. start 2. sum=0 3. input n 3. for i=1 to n do 4. input x 5. sum=sum+x end of for (3) 6. avg=sum/n 7. output sum, avg 8. stop
Full subtractor can be implemented using two half subtractors. The sum output of the first half subtractor can be applied to the next half subtractor along with the third input. The final sum output is the sum output of second half adder. The final carry output is obtained by ORing the carrys from both subtractors.
There are an infinite possible answer. Among the simpler ones is: Output = Input - 2
It is not. Suppose the function is "add 7".Then an input of 1 gives an output of 1+7 = 8.Double the input to 2 and the output is 2+7 = 9Whereas simply halving the output gives 9/2 = 4.5So the question is based on false premises.
L293D is having 20 pin IC and also 16 pin IC. description of 20 pin is: 1-enable 1 2- input 1 3- output 1 4,5,6,7,14,15,16,17- ground 8- output 2 9- input 2 10,20-vs 11-enable 2 12- input 3 13-output 3 18-output 4 19-input 4 description for 18 pin: 1-enable 1 2- input 1 3- output 1 4,5,12,13- ground 6-output 2 7- input 2 8,18-vs 9-enable 2 10-input 3 11-output 3 14-output 4 15-input 4
1.Start 2. Input a,b,c 3. Sum = a+b+c 4. Average = sum/3 5. Output - Sum,Average 6. Stop
1.Input [ex. = keyboard , mouse , etc. ] 2.output [ex. = display ]
Not necessarily. A single pair is not enough. For example Output = (Input)2 is certainly not linear but input 0 will give output 0.
output is feedback in input
To produce a 3-input OR gate when only 2-input OR gates are available: Use 3 OR gates Inputs to Gate A are input 1 and input 2 Input to Gate B is input 3 (if 2 inputs are necessary, include input 3 and FALSE) Inputs to Gate C are outputs from Gate 1 and Gate 2 === If input 1 OR 2 is TRUE, output of Gate A will be TRUE. If input 3 is TRUE, output of Gate B will be TRUE. If output of Gate A OR Gate B is TRUE, output from Gate C will be TRUE. That is if one ore more of Inputs 1, 2 or 3 is TRUE, the result will be TRUE. Otherwise, output of Gate C will be FALSE.
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You draw a rectangle and then you divide it into to 2 equal parts (split it down the middle). After you do that you label the input side x and the output side y. And now you got an input output chart.
There are infinitely many possible answers. Some examples:Output = 8 (whatever the input): this is the SIMPLEST rule.Output = (Input)3Output = (Input + 1)2 - 1Output = Input*4Output = Input + 6Output = 2*(Input + 2)
A table in which you put in a number and out comes another number. Usually more than one groups of numbers. And almost ALWAYS follows a rule such as: Input x3=Output or Input -23= Output Input | Output 2 | 4 10 | 20 16 | 32 In this table you can see that the rule is Input x2 = Output Hope This helped!
1. Monitor or Display Screen 2. Printer 3. Scanner 4. Projector 5. CD(both input output) 6. Pendrive(both input output) 1. Monitor or Display Screen 2. Printer 3. Scanner 4. Projector 5. CD(both input output) 6. Pendrive(both input output)
Input devices : 1). Keyboard 2). Mouse 3). light pen Output devices: 1). Plotter 2). Screen
Assuming by in you mean input and out you mean output. Input is the value that goes in while the output is the value you receive. Between these terms is a rule, called the nth term that will always work to help you find the input/output. For example. Our input is 2, and our output is 10 the rule here could be the input multiplied by 5 equals the output, or it can be something extremely difficult and unfathomable even to a banker...