6/8/2018 4:17:50 PM
One of chapters in Digital electronics 👍
Boolean Algebra was invented by British mathematician/logician George Boole. It has all the logic operators you are probably already familiar with (and, or, not, xor, etc.)
It's based upon true(1)/false(0) values.
It's like algebra, only worse! 😂😅
It’s a way of simplifying (in the context I learned it circuits) where you must use certain formulas to simplify and expression.
Another definition I’d like to include: my personal hell.
It’s really not as bad as it looks though.
Jay Matthews Hmmm...So it's more than just 0's and 1's.Nice Explanation BTW... Thnx..
Boolean Algebra is the mathematics behind logic circuits that make up microprocessors.
Fata1 Err0r Got it.. 😀😀
is use in the simplification of logical in puts
It's about logic gates computation using logic operators like Not, Nor, And, Or, And!, etc.
Boolen algebra is the branch of algibra in which the values of the variables are the truth values true and false, usually denoted 1 and 0 respectively.
google search for java programming 10th edition cian lang. it's a pdf of a book and go to the boolean chapter. there you will find all the operators for boolean....like and /or and so on
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It is just an algebra which comes with "Discreet Mathematics" and deals only with two values such as True and False.
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