Karnaugh maps for five and six variables are difficult if not impossible to visualize and see patterns. It is not a question of one versus the other they are both tools in the toolbox to be used in the appropriate circumstance. Your question is a complete red herring.Hi,
What is the advantage of using boolean algebra compared to Karnaugh maps for simplifying truth tables? One thing I know is if you have many variables, but otherwise I find Karnaugh maps much easier.
Karnaugh map is very easy than using the boolean algebra. because some logic are very difficult to simplify them. For 5 or 6 variable , you can use the McCluskey method to solve it. There is a tool you can use to simplify any logic called LogicAid.
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