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Some differences between the AND and OR gate.

  1. The AND gate is named after the logical AND operator, it only returns one if both inputs are 1 otherwise it returns 0. 
  2. The OR gate returns 1 if at least one of its inputs are 1, otherwise it returns 0.
  3. The symbol of both gates also defer with the AND gate having the shape of the alphabet "U" flipped and the OR gate has a flipped "V" like  with a curve at the bottom.
  4. The AND gate is used for multiplication of digital inputs, while the OR gate is used for the addition of digital inputs.

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