Hi I need help, not only for solving these boolean algebra problems but also to explain the solution -Which if any of the following are valid Boolean expressions? What is wrong with those that are not? a. (A.B) + (A.C) b. A + B . (C + D(.E + F)) c. X1 . X2 = (X1/X2) d. 1 . (0 + 1. (0 + A))
Equation c is not a valid bolean expression because boolean algebra does not use the / operation. Equation b is not a valid boolean expression becaue of one syntax error. The "." should be outside the parenthesis. A+B.(C+D.(E'+F') A valid expresion follows the proper syntax of boolean expressions. Elements of Boolean Algebra
i have a proyect and i dont know how i start this exercise. i have to simplyfy this one using morgan theoty and bolean algebra. Please can anyone solve it with all the steps so i can understand and do the others. A'B'D + A'BD' + BC'D' + BCD' + AB'C'D + B'CD
Your initial question was moved here where you have been offered advice. Please deal with any queries you have on this in that thread. Dave