Well, what's the problem? (This forum is a hint-giving place, not a homework service.)

To start, are you allowed to use truth tables?

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## Re: To dnf

Hi,

As Emakorov suggests, the easiest way to find the disjunctive normal form of a boolean algebra expression is to use truth tables. Your second post used boolean algebra to simplify a given expression, which did not give the dnf. Here's the answer to your original question:

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