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Prove A + ĀB = A +B using theorems and laws of Boolean Algebra?

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Prove A + ĀB = A +B using theorems and laws of Boolean Algebra?
posted May 14 by anonymous

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A + A'.B
= (A + A').(A + B) { AND Distributive Law }
= A + B { (A + A') = 1 }

answer May 15 by Tejas Naik



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