I'm currently stuck on the expression listed below. I applied almost all the Boolean algebra rules trying to figure it out, but no luck
Here is the expression:
AB'C*(BD+CDE)+AC' Applying Distributive law: AB'CBD + AB'CCDE + AC' Applying A*A'=0 and C*C=C AB'CDE+AC' Factoring: A*(B'CDE+C') This is where I'm stuck. This is where I tried most of the rules and got nowhere
The books solution however is:
Then, I found this site and it also gave me a different solution. I don't know if the book has a wrong solution, or an alternate one
Their solution was:
A * C'
Any suggestions? Thanks.