AND Gate Definition
In logic gates, an "AND gate" is true if the values of two both inputs are true. If any input value is false in "AND gate", then the resultant answer or output will be false. In the Boolean expression, an "AND" is represented by a dot (.).
Whereas for a more precise understanding of the concept, a two-inputs truth table of And the gate is listed below:
The graphical representation of "AND gate" is:
If you want to calculate dot product, you can use our Dot Product Definition.
Let us have a real-life example of using "And." Can tailor stitch clothes?
does the tailor can stitch?
do we buy clothes?
If tailor can stitch and we do have clothes, the result is true.
If tailor can't stitch and we do have clothes, the result is false.
If a tailor can stitch and we do not have clothes, the result is false.
If tailor can't stitch and we do not have clothes, the result is false.