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Topic: Disc.Math homework problem
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johnykeets

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From: usa
Registered: 1/1/13
Re: Disc.Math homework problem
Posted: Jan 2, 2013 12:29 AM
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One of the methods in solving this equation is given below as far as my knowledge is concerned. As we know that B'D' = AB'D' + AB'D'. So substitute this in the given equation

AD' + A'B' + AB'D' + A'B'D
AD'(1+B') + A'B' (1+D')
AD'+ A'B'

I hope this helpful.

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