The Half Adder is a type of combinational logic circuit that adds two of the 1-bit binary digits. It generates carry and sum of both the inputs. The Full Adder is also a type of combinational logic that adds three of the 1-bit binary digits for performing an addition operation.

What is a half adder explain?

A half adder is a type of adder, an electronic circuit that performs the addition of numbers. The half adder is able to add two single binary digits and provide the output plus a carry value. It has two inputs, called A and B, and two outputs S (sum) and C (carry).

### What is the Boolean function for half adder?

1. From the truth table of the half adder we can see that the SUM (S) output is the result of the Exclusive-OR gate and the Carry-out (Cout) is the result of the AND gate. Then the Boolean expression for a half adder is as follows. For the SUM bit: SUM = A XOR B = A ⊕ B.

Half adder circuit has 2 inputs and 2 outputs. A full adder circuit has three binary digit inputs (two input bits and one carry input bit) and two binary digit outputs, Sum bit and carry output bit.

#### What is the difference between full adder and half adder Mcq?

Explanation: Half adder has two inputs while full adder has three outputs; this is the difference between them, while both have two outputs SUM and CARRY. Explanation: If A, B and C are the inputs of a full adder then the sum is given by A XOR B XOR C.