Hello. I am wondering if the distributivity theorem works for factoring out more than a single term.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Distributivity Theorem:

[tex] BC + BD = B(C + D) [/tex]

But can I do this:

[ tex ] ABC + ABD = AB(C + D) [ /tex ]

Thanks.

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# Distributivity Theorem in Boolean Algebra

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