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Topic: Boolean Algebra
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Federico

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From: buenos aires
Registered: 9/8/11
Boolean Algebra
Posted: Dec 6, 2011 2:51 PM
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Hello, I have a Boolean Algebra Exercise. At some point of this exercise I need to distribute this
(a * b complement)(a complement + b) ... The result of this is (a * a complement) * b complement + a (b complement * b) I know the teacher used these (Distributive, Commutative, and Associate laws). Could someone explain to me how she got that using the laws step by step?

Thank You!!


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Federico
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