Some differences between the AND and OR gate.
- The AND gate is named after the logical AND operator, it only returns one if both inputs are 1 otherwise it returns 0.
- The OR gate returns 1 if at least one of its inputs are 1, otherwise it returns 0.
- 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.
- The AND gate is used for multiplication of digital inputs, while the OR gate is used for the addition of digital inputs.