# Combinational Circuits – 24

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24. In a BCD-to-seven-segment converter, why must a code converter be utilized?

(a) No conversion is necessary.
(b) to convert the 4-bit BCD into gray code
(c) to convert the 4-bit BCD into 10-bit code
(d) to convert the 4-bit BCD into 7-bit code

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