convert between character strings and their octal representations and perform logical operations on hexadecimal numbers. The following is a randomly generated exercise and is different for each user. Convert this string into its octal representation, one number per character... "ginseng" : Convert from this octal number to the equivalent string 142,145,143,157,155,145 : Perform a logical AND operation on this hex value... 0x6863 AND 0x9C91 => 0x52E6 AND 0xA2F9 => Perform a logical OR operation on this hex value... 0xB7E0 OR 0x5A27 => 0xE79E OR 0x0F55 => Perform a logical XOR operation on this hex value... 0xEB7F XOR 0xF6AC => 0x9ACF XOR 0xF91B => Perform a logical AND operation on this hex value... 0xF306 AND 0x5073 => 0x4063 AND 0xE500 => Using the Logisim circuit simulator, draw a working circuit for a 4 input selector as shown in the diagram below. This circuit on page 7 of lecture 2.1B: In your logisim circuit A, B, C, D, and S0, S1, S2, S3 must be single bit inputs, X must be single bit output. Your Logisim circuit page must have a Logisim label (using the Logisim text tool) on the circuit page showing your name and student number..