Hello anderson!

I assume Z represents the result?

First of all i considered

0 0 0 => 1

and

1 1 1 => 0

So I thought at neq(A and B and C) = neq (0) = 1

and neq(A and B and C) = neq(1) = 0

The second line says

0 0 1 => 0.

neq(A and B and C ) = neq(0 and 0 and 1) = neq(0) = 1

That is wrong already. So i modified the guess to neq((A and B) or C)

In this case it is neq((0 and 0) or1) = neq(1) = 0

neq((A and B) or C) solves the tableau, iff Z is the result.

In this case it is much easier, because neq(C) would solve the table as well. But that seems too easy. What does Z mean?

Yours

Rapha