I was just wondering if someone could check my answer for simplifiying the below question.
\bar{(A+B)}(A+B)= X the first (A+B) has a continuous bar above it from bracket to braket.
Would this be the correct way to simplifiy it?
(\bar{A}*\bar{B}) + (A+B)= X...
I would like to thank everyone for the help on the last Boolean Equation but know I seem to be stuck on simplifing the last two.
any help in simplifing these would be excellent:
Here they are;
1. (A+B)(A+B)= X THE FIRST (A+B) IN THE EQUATION HAS A CONTINIOUS BAR ABOVE...
I was just wondering if anyone could lend me some guidence in the boolean equation AB(A+B)= X when the last "B" in the formula has a bar above it.. thanks