Introduction to Digital Systems – 33

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33. Digital representations of numerical values of quantities may BEST be described as having characteristics:

(a) that are difficult to interpret because they are continuously changing.
(b) that vary constantly over a continuous range of values.
(c) that vary in constant and direct proportion to the values they represent.
(d) that vary in discrete steps in proportion to the values they represent.

Answer
Answer : (d)
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