# Counters – 86

86. The process of designing a synchronous counter that will count in a nonbinary manner is primarily based on:

(a) external logic circuits that decode the various states of the counter to apply the correct logic levels to the J-K inputs
(b) modifying BCD counters to change states on every second input clock pulse
(c) modifying asynchronous counters to change states on every second input clock pulse
(d) elimination of the counter stages and the addition of combinational logic circuits to produce the desired counts

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