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The Gray code is a binary code for integers. It differs from the ordinary binary representation in that there is just a single bit change between the representations of any two numbers. This is useful for applications such as counters or analog-to-digital converters where a sequence of numbers is generated. Because only one bit changes at a time, there is never any ambiguity due to slight timing differences. The first eight elements of the code are

1. Design a circuit with Logisim that converts from binary to 7-segment display decimal - a).

2. Design a circuit with Logisim that converts from binary to Gray code.

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