# Combinational Circuits – 18

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18. Parity systems are defined as either_____ or _____ and will add an extra _____ to the digital information being transmitted.

(a) positive, negative, byte
(b) odd, even, bit
(c) upper, lower, digit
(d) on, off, decimal

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