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Topic: disjunctive normal form
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agrant

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disjunctive normal form
Posted: Sep 19, 2010 12:09 AM
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I'm understanding the concept of DNF a bit better, but I find myself stumbling on how to express certain statements in DNF form..

1. (p->q) AND (q AND r)

2. p OR [(q AND (p OR (~r))]

I know that all variables have to be present in every minterm, I'm just having a hard time on how to justify these statements. Any help would be appreciated!! :)



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