# Digital Electronics - Boolean Algebra and Logic Simplification - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Boolean Algebra and Logic Simplification - General Questions (Q.No. 36)

36.

Which statement below best describes a Karnaugh map?

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Scott said:
1 decade ago

I assume the point they're trying to get across is that the Karnaugh map provides on paper instructions as to follow when simplifying a Boolean function.

For example, plotting out '1' in the boxes corresponding to each true output will enable you to see similarities, thus you can eliminate common variables leaving you with an overall simpler expression.

For example, plotting out '1' in the boxes corresponding to each true output will enable you to see similarities, thus you can eliminate common variables leaving you with an overall simpler expression.

Scott said:
1 decade ago

I assume the point they're trying to get across is that the Karnaugh map provides on paper instructions as to follow when simplifying a Boolean function.

For example, plotting out '1' in the boxes corresponding to each true output will enable you to see similarities, thus you can eliminate common variables leaving you with an overall simpler expressions.

For example, plotting out '1' in the boxes corresponding to each true output will enable you to see similarities, thus you can eliminate common variables leaving you with an overall simpler expressions.

Giri said:
1 decade ago

What is cookbook?

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