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Memory Address Decoding
Arithmetic and Logic Unit (ALU)
ALU - Invertor
ALU - Five Bit Adder
ALU – Equality
ALU – Greater Than
End of ALU
Control Circuitry Ring Counter
Control Circuitry Fetch
Control Circuitry Execute
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