# Ab+a(b+c)+b(b+c)

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by ayazhaque, May 27, 2013.

1. ### ayazhaque Thread Starter New Member

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AB+A(B+C)+B(B+C)

a)plot the circuit using above equation

b)simplify it using boolean algebric method and karnaugh map

c)convert the circuit of AB+A(B+C)+B(B+C) in form of NOR gate and then write the equation again in terms of NOR

d)Verify with truthtable

plzzz help ASAp

2. ### MrChips Moderator

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Show us what you have done so far.

3. ### ayazhaque Thread Starter New Member

May 27, 2013
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nothing don't know anything if u have solution plzz explain it thank u

4. ### tshuck Well-Known Member

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Here is a link to the section on Boolean Algebra in the ebook, I'd suggest that since you don't know anything, you go learn something.

We will not do your homework for you. If you can't do your own work, you will find that you will fail. If you are not willing to put in the work to learn, you cannot do the work. This is a fact of life that you are better off to learn now than later.

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5. ### WBahn Moderator

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What do you mean to "plot" the circuit? Do you mean draw the circuit diagram?

As others have already said, you need to show an honest attempt to solve your own homework. We will then be more than happy to help you through any rough spots. But if you don't care enough to even make the effort, there is no reason for us to care whether you pass or fail.

6. ### bountyhunter Well-Known Member

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The whole point of school is that it is supposed to remedy that. Your teacher is supposed to teach you.... it's why they call them "teachers".

7. ### casio New Member

May 29, 2013
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The answer is : AC + B

8. ### tshuck Well-Known Member

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Thank you, Casio, now the OP needn't think for himself, now that you've come along. Perhaps, instead of helping the OP learn, you could just fly to wherever he/she is and do any and all work he/she may ever need to do.

The point of this site is to help people learn. All you've helped the OP do is get the answer not learn why the answer.

9. ### mikeleeson New Member

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Of course, the answer could be wrong! The OP will never know unless he works it out for him/herself. Maybe Casio has a cunning plan to make the OP think...

10. ### djsfantasi AAC Fanatic!

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• What happens if you multiply/expand all terms?
• Are there any terms that can be immediately be simplified? (What is any input AND itself, e.g., AA or any input ORed with its inverse, e.g., A+A', for example?)
• Can you group terms with a common input and apply the distributive law?
• Lather, rinse, and repeat
Are you sure that AB+C is the correct answer? If Casio is wrong, the rest of your answers will be, too!

11. ### tshuck Well-Known Member

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Then he needn't say anything at all. Now the OP has an answer, perhaps not the answer, but for someone not willing to put in the work, an answer is good enough.