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I was doing a problem, and the distributive problem hit my head, as I kind of blanked out on this one.

Can B'D' + BD be simplified into a smaller equation? Because I'm thinking it's impossible to do so.

(You may be able to apply Demorgan's theorem, but that doesn't really simplify the equation).

[+ is or, * is and, ' is inversion.]

Can B'D' + BD be simplified into a smaller equation? Because I'm thinking it's impossible to do so.

(You may be able to apply Demorgan's theorem, but that doesn't really simplify the equation).

[+ is or, * is and, ' is inversion.]

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