(A and B) U (A - C) = A -(C - B)
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Originally Posted by leinadwerdna (A and B) U (A - C) = A -(C - B) HI We will start from the LHS . (A n B) u (A-C) (A n B) u (A n C') A n (B u C') .... distributive A n (B' n C)' ..... de morgan A n (C n B')' .... associative A - (C - B)
can you explain de Morgan's law
Originally Posted by leinadwerdna can you explain de Morgan's law where denotes the complement. An obvious corrolary of this is that .
Originally Posted by leinadwerdna can you explain de Morgan's law De morgan's law states that (A u B)'=A' n B' (A n B)'=A' u B'
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