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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online."(X. +. Y. +. Z). = "(X). +. n(Y). +. "(Z). —. n(XY). —. YKXZ). — n(YZ) + n(XYZ) for any three sets X , Y, and Z . The results of the theorem and corollary could be extended to include the case of four or more sets, but the resulting formulas become increasingly unwieldy. As an exercise, the student should attempt to write the general formula which holds for m sets. This formula is not often used, although the generalization of the method used in the first line of the proof of Theorem 1 is of Prove your answer. x XOR (y AND z) = (x XORy) AND (x XOR z) . Show that x = xy + xy a) Using truth tables.b) Using Boolean identities . Show that xz = (x + y)(x + y)(x + z) a) Using truth tables b) Using Boolean identities Simplify the following functional expressions using Boolean algebra and its identities. List the identity used at each step. a) F(x, y, z) = xy + xyz + xyz b) F(w,x, y, z) = (xy + wz)(wy + y2) c) F(x, y, z) = (x + y)(x + y) Simplify the following functional expressions using Boolean Show that the set B = {0, x, y, 1} together with the operations v, a and ' defined by is a Boolean algebra. 4. Prove the following for all x,y, z e B. (a) x + (x' □ y) = x + y (b) x(x' + y) = xy (c) (x + y) □ (x' + z) = x □ z + x' □ y 5. If x, y e B, then prove that xy + xy' + x'y + x'y' = 1..6. If x, y, z e B, then prove that (x + y) (y + z) (z + x) = xy + yz + zx. 7. Show that algebra of sets is a Boolean algebra with respect to the suitable operation. 8. Show that a mapping / from a Boolean algebra B to another 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, Let (P, ≤) be a partially ordered system. Then {P 1 p : p e P} is a disjunctive set in 2(P). Proof. Obviously () is not in the indicated set. Now suppose that p, p1, , pne P, where n > 0, and assume that Pf p C (Pt p1).U. . . U (P1 pm). Then pe (P fp), and hence p € (P1 p.) for.some i, and hence (Pf p) C (P fp,), as desired. D Corollary 2.12. Every pseudotree algebra is a semigroup algebra. L Proposition 2.13. Let R be a disjunctive ramification set of nonzero elements and let X, Y be finite 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.T. Veerarajan. Rewriting /using Boolean algebra rules, we have /= (yz)' . (wx)' + w + x + y + xy + yz + yw = (yz)' . (wx)' + (w + yw) + (x + xy) + (y + yz) = (yz)' . (wx)' + w + x + y IMHKi (yz)' . (wx)' is not rewritten as (y'+ z') . (w'.+ x') = y'w' + x'y' + z'w' + z'x', as the modified form requires more gates and more inverters than the original form. The simpler circuit corresponding to the modified /is given in Fig. 2.50(b). (yz) Boolean algebras. Definitions and elementary properties A latticetheoretic definition of a Boolean algebra is the following. A Boolean algebra is a distributive complemented lattice. However, it follows from the preceding sections, that a Boolean algebra can also be defined as an algebraic system with two selected elements 0 and 1, and with two binary operations and with one unary operation, satisfying the following identities: x + y = y + x, xy=yx, x + (y + z) = (x + y) + z, x(yz) = (xy)z, X Show.that B is a Boolean algebra with the roles of 0, 1,+, x and ' taken by F, T, V, A and ~ respectively. We now introduce another important Boolean algebra, the twoelement algebra Bj. This algebra is used to analyze electrical circuits. Bi has two elements, called 0 and 1. The operations on Bi can be described in ordinary arithmetic as follows: x+y equals the greater of x and y, x x y equals the lesser of x and y, and x' = l—x. In other words, the operations are given by the tables For