THE 4-BIT ADDER SUBTRACTOR

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To be able to perform arithmetic, you must first be familiar with numbers. Therefore, although we give a few helping examples, this article is not about binary numerals. The main interactive circuit at the top of this page is an arithmetic circuit capable of performing both addition and subtraction on any two 4-bit binary numbers.

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SubtractorTHE 4-BIT ADDER SUBTRACTOR IntroductionTo be able to perform arithmetic, you must first be familiar with numbers. Therefore, although we give a few helping examples, this article is not about binary numerals. The main interactive circuit at the top of this page is an arithmetic circuit capable of performing both addition and subtraction on any two 4-bit binary numbers. The circuit has a Mode switch that allows you to choose between adding (M=0) and subtracting (M=1). To understand why this circuit works, lets review binary addition and binary subtraction. We use 4-bit numbers in the examples because the main interactive circuit is a 4-bit addersubtractor. Binary addition is certainly easier than decimal addition. You just add 0s and 1s. For example to add the numbers five (0101) and six (0110) together, we just add the respective bits: Decimal numerals| Binary num

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