Digital Logic Design Homework 01 Due: 15 January 2021 Problem 01: Digital Logic Design Experience Questionnaire Fill in the box (place a check mark; place an ‘X’, etc.) next to each of these statements that apply to you. Upload a single .pdf file containing your results to the course Brightspace in the appropriate folder. I have previous experience with Boolean logic. I have experience in Boolean logic from a mathematical or a philosophical perspective (that is, I have never studied logic gates). I have experience in Boolean logic from an engineering perspective (that is, I have studied logic gates). I have implemented physical logic gates using transistors. I am currently taking “Discrete Math.” I have used mathematical rules to simplify Boolean expressions. I have used a Karnaugh map. I know and understand the difference between combinational and sequential logic. I know about different specific combinational devices, such as the multiplexer, the demultiplexer, the encoder, and decoder. I know how to build a circuit to process digital addition of integers. I know how to build a circuit to process digital subtraction of integers. I am currently breathing. I know how to build a circuit to process digital multiplication of integers. I know how to build a circuit to process digital division of integers. I have studied riple-carry and look-ahead adders. I have learned about latches and flip-flops (not the footwear, the circuits). I understand how to connect flip-flops to implement registers. I have designed a finite state machine. I have designed circuit implementations of finite state machines. I have designed a software implementation of a finite state machine. I have used a field-programmable gate array to implement a design.