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Programmable Logic Controllers 5th Edition By Frank Petruzella - Test Bank

Programmable Logic Controllers 5th Edition By Frank Petruzella – Test Bank

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Programmable Logic Controllers 5th Edition By Frank Petruzella – Test Bank

1.

Normally, a binary 1 represents the presence of a signal, while a binary 0 represents the absence of a signal.

TRUE

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Object 2. Conceptual Bloom‘s: Verb 2. Understand Chapter: 04 Fundamentals of Logic Difficulty: Easy

Gradable: automatic Learning Objective: Understand binary principles and logic functions Section: 04.01 The Binary Concept

Subtopic: Binary Principles Topic: Fundamentals of Logic Units: Imperial

2.

All gates are devices that have one input with which they perform logic decisions and produce a result at one or more of their outputs.

FA LSE

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Object 2. Conceptual Bloom‘s: Verb 2. Understand Chapter: 04 Fundamentals of Logic Difficulty: Easy

Gradable: automatic Learning Objective: Understand binary principles and logic functions Section: 04.01 The Binary Concept

Subtopic: Binary Principles

Units: Imperial

3.

All inputs to an AND gate must be 1 to produce a 1 output.

TRUE

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Object 2. Conceptual Bloom‘s: Verb 2. Understand Chapter: 04 Fundamentals of Logic Difficulty: Medium

Gradable: automatic Learning Objective: Understand binary principles and logic functions Section: 04.02 AND, OR, and NOT Functions

Subtopic: Binary Principles Topic: Fundamentals of Logic Units: Imperial

FA LSE

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Object 2. Conceptual Bloom‘s: Verb 2. Understand Chapter: 04 Fundamentals of Logic Difficulty: Medium

Gradable: automatic Learning Objective: Understand binary principles and logic functions Section: 04.02 AND, OR, and NOT Functions

Subtopic: Binary Principles Topic: Fundamentals of Logic Units: Imperial

5.

Only one input to an OR gate must be 1 to produce a 1 output.

TRUE

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Object 2. Conceptual Bloom‘s: Verb 2. Understand Chapter: 04 Fundamentals of Logic Difficulty: Medium

Gradable: automatic Learning Objective: Understand binary principles and logic functions Section: 04.02 AND, OR, and NOT Functions

Subtopic: Binary Principles Topic: Fundamentals of Logic Units: Imperial

6.

All inputs to a NOR gate must be 1 to produce a 1 output.

FA LSE

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Object 2. Conceptual Bloom‘s: Verb 2. Understand Chapter: 04 Fundamentals of Logic Difficulty: Medium

Gradable: automatic Learning Objective: Understand binary principles and logic functions Section: 04.02 AND, OR, and NOT Functions

Subtopic: Binary Principles Topic: Fundamentals of Logic Units: Imperial

7.

Inverting the output of an OR gate will result in creating a NOR gate.

TRUE

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Object 2. Conceptual Bloom‘s: Verb 2. Understand Chapter: 04 Fundamentals of Logic Difficulty: Medium

Gradable: automatic Learning Objective: Understand binary principles and logic functions Section: 04.02 AND, OR, and NOT Functions

Subtopic: Binary Principles Topic: Fundamentals of Logic Units: Imperial

FA LSE

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Object 2. Conceptual Bloom‘s: Verb 2. Understand Chapter: 04 Fundamentals of Logic Difficulty: Medium

Gradable: automatic Learning Objective: Understand binary principles and logic functions Section: 04.02 AND, OR, and NOT Functions

Subtopic: Binary Principles Topic: Fundamentals of Logic Units: Imperial

9.

A two input OR function, expressed as a Boolean equation, would be Y= AB.

FA LSE

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Object 2. Conceptual Bloom‘s: Verb 2. Understand Chapter: 04 Fundamentals of Logic Difficulty: Medium

Gradable: automatic Learning Objective: Recognize equivalent Boolean expressions, logic circuits, boolean expressions and truth tables Section: 04.03 Boolean Algebra

Subtopic: Logic Equivalents Topic: Fundamentals of Logic Units: Imperial

10.

Hardwired logic refers to logic control functions determined by the way devices are interconnected.

TRUE

Accessibility: Keyboard Navigation Blooms: Object 2. Conceptual Bloom‘s: Verb 2. Understand Chapter: 04 Fundamentals of Logic Difficulty: Medium

Gradable: automatic Learning Objective: Recognize equivalent Boolean expressions, logic circuits, boolean expressions and truth tables Section: 04.06 Hardwired Logic versus Programmed Logic

Subtopic: Logic Equivalents Topic: Fundamentals of Logic Units: NA

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