# Can a binary subtractor can be made using a Binary Adder?

## Can a binary subtractor can be made using a Binary Adder?

An n-bit Binary Subtractor As with the binary adder, we can also have n number of 1-bit full binary subtractor connected or “cascaded” together to subtract two parallel n-bit numbers from each other.

### Can we use full adder circuit for subtraction operation?

It is also possible to design a 4 bit parallel subtractor using 4 full adders as shown in the below figure. This circuit performs the subtraction operation by considering the principle that the addition of minuend and the complement of the subtrahend is equivalent to the subtraction process.

**What is binary adder subtractor?**

In Digital Circuits, A Binary Adder-Subtractor is one which is capable of both addition and subtraction of binary numbers in one circuit itself. The operation being performed depends upon the binary value the control signal holds. It is one of the components of the ALU (Arithmetic Logic Unit).

**What is Binary Adder subtractor?**

The Subtraction micro-operation can be done easily by taking the 2’s compliment of addend bits and adding it to the augend bits.

## What are the uses of full adder and full subtractor circuit?

It is a basic electronic device, used to perform subtraction of two binary numbers. In the earlier article, already we have given the basic theory of half adder & a full adder which uses the binary digits for the computation. Likewise, the full-subtractor uses binary digits like 0,1 for the subtraction.

### What is full adder subtractor?

In digital circuits, an adder–subtractor is a circuit that is capable of adding or subtracting numbers (in particular, binary). Below is a circuit that adds or subtracts depending on a control signal. It is also possible to construct a circuit that performs both addition and subtraction at the same time.

**What is a Binary Adder subtractor?**

**What is the application of full adder?**

Full Adders are used in ALU- Arithmetic Logic Unit. In order to generate memory addresses inside a computer and to make the Program Counter point to next instruction, the ALU makes use of Full Adders. Full-Adders are a part of Graphics Processing Unit for graphics related applications.