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My solution, is this correct?
This is what I came up with.
Y=A+((A*B)+B+C'+(B+C'*D)+D)
Is it safe to say that it is correct or did I make a mistake?
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I’d write the intermediate expressions at the gate output and put parentheses around them until you get to the final gate.
Also I’d use the bar over an expression to indicate negation.
Lastly. You can then apply Boolean algebra to reduce the long expression to get your final expression.
Try that and see if you can validate your own work. Doing it with intermediate results helps until you get good at it.
I am sorry for the paper quality.Your paper is very messy and hard to read.
R = A + B
X = B + C'
Y = ( ( B + C' ) * D )'
Look at the Y gate again.
It all looks correct and i can see this is an easy way to do it, thank you very much for your help!Students are always looking for the geodesic when the real geodesic is the step by step approach with intermediate values allowing someone to review it and check each step.
R = A * B (I made a mistake as it was an AND gate)
X = B + C'
Y = ( ( B + C' ) * D )'
E = ( Y + D )' = ( ( ( B + C' ) * D )' + D )'
G = R + X + E = (A * B) + (B + C') + ( ( ( B + C' ) * D )' + D )'
F = A + G = A + (A * B) + (B + C') + ( ( ( B + C' ) * D )' + D )'
Can you check my work?