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The logic operations of two combinational circuits in Figure-I and Figure -II are

  1. entirely different
  2. identical
  3. complementary
  4. dual
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Bubbles in the immediate vicinity of Logic Gates are NOT operation; while other bubbles are the symbolic representations of an input or an output.

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Answer :A

Figure : 1

(x + y')' ===> [ (x + (x + y')']'   ===> x'(x+y') ===>xx' + x'y' ===> x'y'

Figure  : 2

xy'

Entirely different

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Figure : 1

(x+(x + y')')'=x'.(x+y')=x'y'

Figure  : 2

xy'

Ans.A   entirely different

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Thanks for comment .I made a correction in my answer.
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How complement and dual different from each other
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Although the answer is still same but a small confusion in the diagram ? 

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dear @reena  these are the represent of i/p and o/p  otherwise u tell me what is the meaning of 'o' used at o/p side. so it is  just way  represent of i/p and o/p
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