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Is it possible to construct a 5-4-1-1 weighted code? A

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Problem 1.30

Is it possible to construct a 5-4-1-1 weighted code? A 6-3-2-1 weighted code? Justify your answers.

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Textbook: Fundamentals of Logic Design
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Author: Charles h. Roth
ISBN: 9781133628477

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