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Homework Help: Boolean Algebra

Posted by Anonymous on Saturday, February 9, 2013 at 1:00pm.

I need help starting this, I don't want a plain answer just a what to do.

(bc'+a'd)(ab'+cd')-Simplify

My best guess is to use the distributive
property.

(a+b)(a+c)= a(b+c). But now that there is a 4th variable what do I do?

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