Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by thisonedude, Jul 13, 2014.
Can someone help me prove the following?
(A XOR B)' = A' XOR B
Have a look at this page of the eBook:
You can also make a state table and compare.
I think it would be a lot of words trying to prove that (A XOR B)' = A' XOR B.
Maybe if you look at the attached images you can find it.
In these cases it would be faster to search in Google.com for answers.
Among the many answers I found is that you look at the following link:
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(a xor b)' = (a xor b) xor 1 = a xor b xor 1 = a xor 1 xor b = (a xor 1) xor b = a' xor b.
Edit: It was all in capitals. Forum software has changed it.
You ca prove it either by making a table, or using boolean algebra.
A XOR B is an inequality function.
Hence (A XOR B)' - is equality function
Hence (A XOR B) ' = (A' XOR B) = (A XOR B')
This is not a proof but rationalized logic.