one more time!!! Problem 5b

It seems like I can not walk from one point to another on the campus without one of my 306 students stopping me with another creative mechanism to add to the statement of Problem 5B. I do admire the creativity to try to get around the difficulty of the problem, but the challenge is to solve the problem (which I admit is very tricky and only there to provide a challenge for those who like challenges) as stated. Let me try one more time to make it clear. 1. Draw a box. 2. Label two inputs to the box A and B. 3. Label the output of the box F You have two 2-to-1 muxes to use as you see fit. Each mux has four terminals: three inputs (source 1, source 2, select line) and one output (the output of the mux). Your job: Put the two muxes in the box and make whatever connections you need to so that the output F = A XOR B. Connections are to inputs A,B, to the output F, and to the four terminals of each of the muxes. You are not allowed to add NOT gates, you are not allowed to add additional input 0's or input 1's. You are not allowed to anything other than wires to make the connections you need inside the box. To stop the obsessing about 5B, we will not deduct any points from your problem set if you do not solve problem 5B. Have fun! Yale Patt