# Electronics - Arithmetic Operations and Circuits

Exercise : Arithmetic Operations and Circuits - True or False

- Arithmetic Operations and Circuits - General Questions
- Arithmetic Operations and Circuits - True or False
- Arithmetic Operations and Circuits - Filling the Blanks

6.

A full adder adds three bits, a half adder adds 1-1/2 bits.

7.

Using the two's complement number system we can add numbers with like signs and obtain the correct result.

8.

Two half adders can be combined to form a full adder with no additional gates.

9.

If you borrow from a position that contains a 0, you must borrow from the more significant bit that contains a 1. All 0s up to that point become 1s, and the digit last borrowed from becomes a 0.

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