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How can we design a binary multiplier that multiplies a 4-bit number by a 3-bit number?

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I'm assuming you want to multiple something like 1010 times 010. Is that true? Which language?

Or, if you are talking hardware (circuits) then look at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binary_mult...
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  • Thomas K answered 6 years ago
    Use a shifting adder as a basic strategy. Test each of the 3 bits - if it's a '1', then accumulate the currently shifted value of the 4 bit number.
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  • PAUL V answered 6 years ago
    3 bit number???
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