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3. (Exercise 2.38 from the Textbook) An M-bit thermometer code for the number k consists of k 1s in the least significant bit positions and M - k 0s in all the more significant bit positions. A binary-to-thermometer code converter has N inputs and 2N -1 outputs (N2 -1 circuit). It produces a 2 -1 bit thermometer code for the number represented by the input. For example, if the input is 110, the output should be 0111 111 . Design a 3 → 7 binary-to-thermometer code converter. Give a simplified Boolean equation for each output, and sketch a schematic. You can also design the circuit in the one-hot way as in question 1 above.

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