# Logic Gate and Finite-State Machines with Output project

**Project Restrictions.**

Note: Your writing projects will be Math Projects, not English or other language writing, and you will write two projects:

Project 1:

Choose from Calculus 3 or higher, and go further than your courses went. Be aware, and think as if you are teaching beginning math majors

Typed report for the materials, at least 3-5 pages. This is not just the lecture notes for Talk, the report will include background material (history, applications, etc.) and a detailed explanation of the result, with heuristic motivation and **rigorous mathematical justification**; must include a bibliography and citations.

Project 2:

Same thing as project 1, The topic for your final should be a mathematical subject, more complicated than project 1. Cite at least 3 print references (not from the internet) in the bibliography. This will be a professional report improving on Project 1. At least 6-10 pages**. I recommend linking the 2 Projects.**

From that point, as a student you need to choose your projects 1 and 2, be the book of **Discrete Mathematics and its Applications:**

**ISBN 9780-0-07-338309-5**

**MHID 0-07-338309-0**

**Author: Kenneth H. Rosen**

**SEVENTH EDITION**

**Project 1: Chapter 12 **

**Section 12.3 **

**Logic Gates**

**Project 2: Chapter 13**

**Section 13.2**

**Finite-State Machines with Output **