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- The implementation of simplified sum-of-...

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## The implementation of simplified sum-of-products expressions may be easily implemented into actual logic circuits using all universal gates with little or no increase in circuit complexity. (Select the response for the blank space that will BEST make the statement true.) |

A. | and/or |

B. | nand |

C. | nor |

D. | or/and |

Answer» B. nand |

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