This subcourse is designed to teach the application of Boolean Algebra. You will use the skills
and knowledge taught in IT0342, IT 0343, IT 0344, and IT 0345. If you notice any difficulty during this
course, review the preceding subcourses before continuing.
TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE
Select the indicated function when a switch is closed, select the Boolean function of
presented drawings, simplify Boolean expressions using the laws of Boolean
Algebra, select the number of possible truth combinations for a given Boolean
expression, select a correctly completed truth table, identify equivalent expressions,
derive a minterm expression from the sum-output column of a truth table, select the
minterm expression derived from the carry-output column of a truth table, choose
the simplified Boolean expression derived from a Veitch diagram, select the
expression equal to given logic diagrams, and complete a statement indicating the
first step involved in designing logic circuits.
Given a diagram of a switch, a Boolean expression with up to eight variables, Veitch
diagrams, logic drawings, truth tables, or written statements.