This looks similar to some of the other questions I've been doing butI dont know where to start.I have to write the complement of this Boolean function and simplify it with DeMorgan's law and other Boolean theorems.

X=ABC+¬B¬C¬D

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- Oct 14th 2012, 11:38 AMxodsDon't know where to start on this Boolean algebra question
This looks similar to some of the other questions I've been doing butI dont know where to start.I have to write the complement of this Boolean function and simplify it with DeMorgan's law and other Boolean theorems.

X=ABC+**¬**B**¬**C**¬**D - Oct 14th 2012, 12:35 PMMaxJasperRe: Don't know where to start on this Boolean algebra question
I suspect it looks like:

**$\displaystyle a b c+\neg b (\neg c (\neg d))$**(Shake) - Oct 14th 2012, 12:41 PMHallsofIvyRe: Don't know where to start on this Boolean algebra question
Do you know what those symbols

**mean**? Do you know what DeMorgan's Laws are?