Hi I am not sure where to post this question but I am trying to simplify this expression:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

r*c'w+c (As in R AND NOT C AND W OR C) to c+wr (As in C OR W AND R) and I know that it simplifies to this and they are both equivalent; however my question is which boolean simplification property is used here? Is it the Absorption principle? Thank you!

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# Boolean Algebra Simplification Property Question

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