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"Which one of the following gates are used to construct D flip-flop?" MCQ PDF with choices *or gates, and gates, nand gates, and nor gates* for information and communication technology. Learn dld lab equipment and experiments questions and answers to improve problem solving skills for top computer science schools in the world.

**MCQ**: Which one of the following gates are used to construct D flip-flop?

AND gates

OR gates

NAND gates

NOR gates

c

**MCQ**: Read-only memory in qualifying symbols is represented as

RCTR

ROM

ROMM

ROME

b

**MCQ**: One that shows distributive law of addition over multiplication

x+(y.z)=(x.y)+(x.z)

x+(y.z)=(x+y).(x+z)

x+(y.z)=(x.y).(x+z)

x.(y+z)=(x+y).(x+z)

b

**MCQ**: Latches developed with NOR and NAND gate tend to stay in the latched condition because of which configuration feature?

low input voltages

synchronous operation

gate impedance

cross coupling

d

**MCQ**: Any high input of NOR produces output as

low

mid

high

both a and b

a

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