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16. The ‘T’ in the flip flop stands for :

(a) Time
(b) Transfer
(c) Toggle
(d) Trigger

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17. The D flip flop is only activated by :

(a) A negative edge trigger
(b) A positive edge trigger
(c) Both edge trigger
(d) None of the above

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18. Both the JK and the T flip flop are derived from :

(a) The basic SR latch
(b) The basic D latch
(c) Both (1) and (2)
(d) None of the above

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19. When an inverter is placed between both inputs of an SR flip-flop, then resulting flip-flop is :

(a) JK flip flop
(b) D flip flop
(c) T flip flop 
(d) Master slave JK flip flop

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20. The master slave JK flip-flop is effectively a combination of :

(a) an SR flip-flop and a D flip-flop
(b) an SR flip-flop and a T flip-flop
(c) a T flip-flop and a D flip-flop
(d) two T flip-flops

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