Just use an apostrophe ' character after the term instead of the bar to show the complement - like, AB' which reads "A and not B"Originally posted by mannik@Nov 26 2004, 08:25 AM
Hi
My teacher is a m*ron he won't (or can't) explain following:
I have to find the complement of AB. The B have a bar over (inverted but I dunno how to do it in the forum) Can somebody explain to me how this is going on?
Tommy
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