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Bidx


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Registered: 19.05.2003
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Posted: Friday 29th of Dec 07:08    

Hello friends. How do you guys do boolean algebra simplification so easily? I just never seem to be able to solve a question without going wrong a couple of times times. Please do not tell me to take extra classes . They are expensive and I cannot afford them. Any other idea would be more than welcome.
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