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A mod-2 counter followed by a mod-5 counter is

a) Same as mod-5 counter followed by mod-2 counter

b) A decade counter

c) A mod-7 counter

d) None
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None
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Decade Counter
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@Utkarsh, Then isn't option a also a decade counter?
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mod 10 counter
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So, what's the exact answer?
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Can someone please explain with diag / tables ?
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Can someone provide a satisfactory explanation for this question?
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d ??

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mod-2 counter followed by mod-5 it denote cascading so the equivalent counter is mod-(2*5) means mod-10.

we know that mod-10 counter is also called as BCD counter or Decade counter.

so option (B) is correct.

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