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    How to derive consensus theorem?

    I always the consensus theorem very unintuitive. How does X.Y + X'.Z + Y.Z become just X.Y + X'.Z?

    I have tried to proof it with a truth table and of course this is correct. But say if I don't know about this law, how do I derive from X.Y + X'.Z + Y.Z to just X.Y + X'.Z through algebraic manipulation?
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