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# Circuits Conjunctions

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### Circuits Conjunctions

1. 1. Conjunctions:<br />
2. 2. 1st Set Up – <br />Both “X” and “Y” have power.<br />X<br />AND<br />Y<br />Advance to the next slide <br />to view the result.<br />
3. 3. X<br />AND<br />Y<br />
4. 4. 2nd Set Up- <br />“X” has power and “Y” does not.<br />X<br />AND<br />Y<br />Advance to the next slide <br />to view the result.<br />
5. 5. No Power<br />X<br />AND<br />Y<br />
6. 6. 3rd Set Up – <br />“Y” has power and “X” does not.<br />X<br />AND<br />Y<br />Advance to the next slide <br />to view the result.<br />
7. 7. No Power<br />X<br />AND<br />Y<br />
8. 8. 4th Set Up – <br />Both “X” and “Y” do not have power.<br />X<br />AND<br />Y<br />Advance to the next slide <br />to view the result.<br />
9. 9. No Power<br />X<br />AND<br />Y<br />
10. 10. Write 3 rules that will describe what is happening within the circuitry<br />A rule for set up 1.<br />A rule that covers both set ups 2 and 3.<br />A rule for set up 4.<br />