Memory Devices – 56

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56. For the given circuit, which of the following is correct?

(a) The number 5 is being written to the memory at address location 203.
(b) The chip has not been enabled, since the EN terminal is 0; therefore, nothing will be written to the chip and the output is tri-stated.
(c) Decimal 10 is being written into memory location 211.
(d) The read/write line is LOW; therefore, decimal 5 is being stored at memory location 211.

Answer
Answer : (c)
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