If and only if both inverter inputs are high
If and only if both inverter inputs are low
If and only if one inverter input is high and the other is low
Under no conditions (the output is always low)
If and only if both inputs are high
If and only if both inputs are low
If and only if one input is high and the other is low
Under no conditions (the output is always high)
The logical NOT operation.
The logical AND operation.
The logical OR operation.
The logical NAND operation.
Both of the two inputs are high.
Both of the two inputs are low.
The single input is high.
The single input is low.
One input is high and the others are low.
One input is low and the others are high.
Any of the inputs is low.
All inputs are high.
−(X*Y) is equivalent to X+Y.
X*Y is equivalent to −(X+Y).
(−X)+(−Y) is equivalent to X*Y.
(−X)+(−Y) is equivalent to −(X*Y).
All of the above
Low and high.
Octal and binary.
Synchronous and asynchronous.
Reset and set.
The outputs stay as they are.
Q = 0 and −Q = 1.
Q = 1 and −Q = 0.
The resulting outputs can be absurd.
There is no way to tell without more information.
There is not enough information to tell.
It depends on the state of the other input.
Here's an interesting quiz for you.