Hi guys I need a little bit help with these two exercices, can someone just do and explain them to me please don't understand much. Question 1Use only Boolean algebra to simplify the Boolean expression F. (First simplify F1 and F2, then simplify F1 · F2, showing all the steps. You need not provide the names of the Boolean rules that you apply.) F1 = x + x'(yw)' + w'y F2 = (y' + x')' F(x, y, w) = F1 ⋅ F2. Question 2 Use a Karnaugh map to find the simplest form of H(A, B, C, D) = m1 + m4 + m6 + m7 + m9 + m10 + m12 + m14. Derive the terms of H directly from the Karnaugh map without making use of algebraic manipulations or truth tables. Clearly show the groupings. Use exactly the same order for the variables as given in the following diagram: C B A D Thank you!!!