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 I have probably spent 10 hours on the full-adder now, and I think it is obvious if I have not gotten it so far, then I am not going to get it at all. I have tried visualising it using digital and cannot figure it out. I have tried using 2 half-adder gates, one with A and B and the other with B and C. I have tried A and C and A and B. I have tried inverting B and then feeding it into the half-adder with A and B. There has to be something I am missing because I know it should not take this long. It seems logical to me to use B in both since in the truth table B is in in the middle and therefore I visualise it as being in both half-adders. What I cannot understand though is how you can half all three inputs and still have sum be 1, since if A B and C were all 1 then both half-adders would output Carry 1 and Sum 0. I would really appreciate some guidance on this, I have found a solution on YouTube but I do not want to watch it as I do not think I would understand it as well as if I just found the solution on my own.