The board shown in the picture on the left is wired on the underside so A and B together turn the light on.
Now look at the board in the centre. This light has three contact points: A, B, and C. No matter whether you hold contact points: A and B, B and C, or A and C together, the light stays on. In that case, how must the wires on the underside of the board be connected? Draw the solution that has the fewest number of connections. The dotted line is the wires on the underside.
I looked at it. “Is the answer... this?” I asked hesitantly.
“Very close, (Name).”The professor praised.
I sighed, “And you're going to make me do it on my own, aren't you?”
“I'm at least going to let you try.” He smiled at me, giving me a bit more confidence in myself.
Taking a deep breath, I gave it another shot. I looked again to the renewed image. “What