7 years ago in Fundamentals of Computer

An adder in which the bits of the operands are added one after another is

[A] Half-adder
[B] Full-adder
[C] Serial adder
[D] All of the above
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Zaheer Abbas - 5 years ago

sorry its serial adder

Zaheer Abbas - 5 years ago

its half adder plz correct

bibek thapa
bibek thapa - 4 months ago

bibek thapa from Nepal is saying Half-adder is correct answer

Sewunet Samuel
Sewunet Samuel - 4 months ago

Sewunet Samuel from Ethiopia is saying Half-adder is correct answer

Ashi S
Ashi S - 7 months ago

Ashi S from Srinagar, India is saying Full-adder is correct answer

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