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X + Y b. X + Y C. X + Y d. X + Y In Boolean algebra XY + YZ + X + Z is equal to: a. X + Z b. X + Z c. X + Z d. X + Z In Boolean algebra X+XY+YZ is equal to: a. X+YZ b. Y ZX C. Z+ XY d. X+Y+Z In Boolean algebra A C + ABC is equal to: a. AB b X C. 1 d. Z In Boolean algebra ZIzz is equal to: a. XZ b. XZ C. XZ d. XZ In Boolean algebra, the complement of (X+Y) is: a. XY b. XY C. XY d. XY In Boolean algebra F(A,B,C) = X (0, 4, 7) is same as: a. II(1,2,3,5,6) b. II(0,4,7) c. [I(0,2,4,6) d. II(1,3 Z b. Z C. X d. X In Boolean algebra XZ+Z+1 is equal to: a. 0 b. X C. 1 d. Z In Boolean algebra ZIZX is equal to: a. XZ b. XZ C. XZ d. XZ In Boolean algebra, the complement of (X+Y) is: a. XY b. XY C. XY d. XY In Boolean algebra F(A,B,C) = Y, (0,.4, 7) is same as: a. TI(1,2,3,5,6) b. II(0,4,7) c. [I(0,2,4,6) d. II(1,3,5,7) In Boolean algebra F(A,B,C) = X (1, 2, 5, 6) is same as: a. TI(1,2,5,6) b. II(0,4,6,7) c. [I(0,1,4,6) d. II(0,3,4,7) In Boolean algebra F(A,B,C) = II Prove that if o + x = b + x, and a + x' b 4 x', then a = 6. [//ini: Compare with 6. Prove that for any a, 6, and c in a Boolean algebra, the following four expressions are equal: (a) (a + b)(a' + c)(b + c) (b) ac + a'b + bc (c) (a+6)(a' + c) (d) ac+a'6. 7. Show that the set {o, 6, c, d) with operations (+) and (•), defined below, is a Boolean algebra. 8. Prove that in a The word variable will refer to any literal symbol x, y, etc., used to represent an arbitrary or unspecified element.of a Boolean algebra.This book concentrates on the analytical aspects of their theory and application, which distinguishes it among other sources. Boolean Algebras in Analysis consists of two parts. The first concerns the general theory at the beginner's level. since A < K, the implication |Z(a7)| = K+ — , |ya(a7)| = K+ holds. In particular, |ya (0j)| = K+. DD Let B be a Boolean algebra, X,Y C B, and z C B. We write X l Y if x X y (i.e., z . y = 0) for all x E x and y E y. Instead of {2} X Y we simply write z X y. Similarly, we write X < Y if x < y for all x E x and y C y. An element b of B separates X and Y if x < b and y X 6, or vice versa. Note that if some 6 separates the sets X and Y, then X L Y. We say that B.has the countable separation property if for all X, Concise text begins with overview of elementary mathematical concepts and outlines theory of Boolean algebras; defines operators for elimination, division, and expansion; covers syllogistic reasoning, solution of Boolean equations, For an element a G 21 we define type (a) as the pair (7, k) such that a G F7+i(2l)\F7(21) and k is equal to the number of different atoms of 2l/F7(2l) located under a/F7(2l) If type (x) = (a,m), then type^x) stands for the ordinal a, and type9(x) denotes the number m. Since a S F7+i(2t), there is a finite number of atoms located under a/F7(2l) We emphasize that ideals of Boolean algebras are not Boolean algebras. A comprehensive study of systems that are ideals.of Boolean algebras was (a) XY (b) XY (c) XY (d) XY 49. In Boolean algebra, if F = ( )( ) A BA C + + , then (a) F AB AC = + (b) F AB AB = + (c) F AC AB = + (d) F AA AB = + 50. The simplified form of a logic function Y AB AB = ⋅() () is (a) A + B (b) AB (c) A B + (d) AB AB + 51. The reduced form of the Boolean expression AB CAB AC [ ( )] + + is (a) AB (b) AB (c) AB (d) AB AC + 52. Which of the following statements is not correct? (a) X XY X + = (b) X X Y XY + + = ( ) (c) X X Y XY + + = (d) ZX ZXY ZX ZY + = + 53.We review some of the basic relationships in Boolean algebra which are essential in the simplification of fault trees. More comprehensive rules of Boolean algebra are available in [4] or any of the many textbooks on the subject..Let us consider a pair of variables X and Y and explore the rules of Boolean algebra and their equivalent engineering symbolism. Let X be the set {2, 4, 6, 8} and Y be the set {1, 3, 6, 8, 9, 10} 1. X\Y: The set of elements which belong to X AND Y. This is also 6. O (a,b). 7. a (f. 1). 8. 8(c, e). 9. 6(d., d). 10. 6(b, a). 11. a (e., 1)/3(a,c). 12.. O (a, b) + 6 (e., f). 13. y(1, e, a). 14. y (a, b, e). 15. y(1, f, 0). 16. 8 (e., c. 1). 17. 6 (f, d, d). 18. 8 (1, b, a). 19. y (e., a, 1)6(b, b, c). 20. y (0, a, b) + 6(e., d. 1). In Exercises 21 to 25. x(xy' + x'y). 26. x(x' + y^)'. 27. (x + y)(x + z)(y – z). 28. (x + y) '(x y)'. 29. (x + y)(x + z)(y – z). 30. (x + y).xyz, 31. (x + y)(x + y^). 32. (x.+ y)(x + z')(y' +z). In Exercises 33 to 38, find a simpler form for the Boolean expression. 33. x + x'y. 34. xy'x' +