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###### Convert the following into canonical form .F(AB) -A + B AB F(ABC) = AB AC BC B + C F(ABCD) = A + B CD F(ABCD) AB ICD AJBCDConvert the following Boolean Equations into NAND FORM and draw the Logical Circuit in NAND Form These example require the use of De-_ Morgans rulesF =A+B+ C + D F =AA + AC + AB BC F = ABIC + IAIBC AIBC F = /(A+B) + IC F = AJB IAB23 24 2526 Example 25 but using only four; 2 input NAND galesFind the DUAL Boolean Equation for the following and simplify.F = AJB BIC F = (IA + B

Convert the following into canonical form . F(AB) -A + B AB F(ABC) = AB AC BC B + C F(ABCD) = A + B CD F(ABCD) AB ICD AJBCD Convert the following Boolean Equations into NAND FORM and draw the Logical Circuit in NAND Form These example require the use of De-_ Morgans rules F =A+B+ C + D F =AA + AC + AB BC F = ABIC + IAIBC AIBC F = /(A+B) + IC F = AJB IAB 23 24 25 26 Example 25 but using only four; 2 input NAND gales Find the DUAL Boolean Equation for the following and simplify. F = AJB BIC F = (IA + BJ(C ID) F = IABC ABIC AIB Apply De-Morgans rule to the results of 27-29 to obtain NAND or NOR (whichever is conrenient).

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