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    [SOLVED] Topic : Boolean Expressions

    Hi, We started this chapter this week and yet I'm having trouble understanding it all.... like I saw couple of new signs such as ^ and v ' and expressing statements in terms of Boolean.

    Can some one kindly link me to a website, which has a comprehensive notes on this topic..

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Khonics89 View Post
    Hi, We started this chapter this week and yet I'm having trouble understanding it all.... like I saw couple of new signs such as ^ and v ' and expressing statements in terms of Boolean.

    Can some one kindly link me to a website, which has a comprehensive notes on this topic..

    Thanks
    ^ means and, v' means v not.


    google boolean algebra rules, or boolean algebra simplification, digital logic

    most of the sources there should help. i just googled that and found some good links.

    http://jjackson.eng.ua.edu/courses/ece380/lectures/

    heres a good one too. The first 2 - 3 lectures should help you i think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Khonics89 View Post
    Hi, We started this chapter this week and yet I'm having trouble understanding it all.... like I saw couple of new signs such as ^ and v ' and expressing statements in terms of Boolean.

    Can some one kindly link me to a website, which has a comprehensive notes on this topic..

    Thanks
    Boolean algebra (introduction) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Thanks guys


    I know I can google stuff, but like I always come across too many unrelated stuff and it just makes me more confused

    Thanks once again xD...

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