Introduction to Digital Systems – 5

Introduction to Digital Systems » Exercise – 1

5. Digital quantities:

(a) usually have slow response and less than high accuracy.
(b) can be maintained at very high accuracy at very high computing speeds.
(c) are impossible to compute.
(d) either have slow response or very high accuracy. 

Answer
Answer : (b)

Explanation
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