I've seen multiple threads on this, but I'm having a bit of trouble remembering / getting back into the topic of boolean algebra. After taking note of all the essential rules, I'm not trying to simplify some equations I've found online.

This one seems extremely easy, but I just can't seem to wrap my mind around the boolean algebra identities to solve this:

**(xy)+(xz)+(yz')**

**Solution**for simplification is supposed to be:

**(xz)+(yz')**

I've tried to use the

**distributive and absorption law**, but all I get is getting back to the original equation...

Could you give me a

**hint**?

Thank you in advance!