Hi can anyone help me simplify the following boolean equation?

(A.B+C) + (A.C')

where C' = not C

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- February 16th 2009, 01:57 AMal2308Boolean Algebra
Hi can anyone help me simplify the following boolean equation?

(A.B+C) + (A.C')

where C' = not C - February 16th 2009, 03:40 AMaliceinwonderland
First, you need to draw a truth table for the above three variables.

Second, you need to use a 3-variable Karnaugh map to find the reduced expression for above. - February 16th 2009, 09:46 AMal2308
many thanks, I seem to come up with A+C doing it using truth tables and then k-maps. But i'm trying to do it using boolean algebra rules and de morgans and not having much luck coming up with same answer.

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