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2.2 A single logic gate in a prototype integrated circuit is found to be capable of switching from the “on” state to the “off” state in 12 ps. This corresponds to: (a) 1.2 ns; (b) 120 ns; (c) 1200 ns; (d) 12,000 ns.

The answer is (d).I don't get it. It isn't 0.012ns is it.

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