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Course: ESE 535, Spring 2009
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21 ESE535 Day Preclass Exercise Spring 2008 1. Find an assignment for the variables that makes the following expression true, if there is any such assignment. (/F+A+B)*(F+/A)*(F+/B)*(G+/A+/B)*(/G+A)*(/G+B)*(Z+/F+G)*(X+F+/G) *(/X+/F)*(/X+G)*(/Z+F)*(/Z+/G)*(X+Z) Assignment A Exist? B F G X Z 2. Find an assignment for the variables that makes the following expression true, if there is any such assignment....

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21 ESE535 Day Preclass Exercise Spring 2008 1. Find an assignment for the variables that makes the following expression true, if there is any such assignment. (/F+A+B)*(F+/A)*(F+/B)*(G+/A+/B)*(/G+A)*(/G+B)*(Z+/F+G)*(X+F+/G) *(/X+/F)*(/X+G)*(/Z+F)*(/Z+/G)*(X+Z) Assignment A Exist? B F G X Z 2. Find an assignment for the variables that makes the following expression true, if there is any such assignment. (/F+A+B)*(F+/A)*(F+/B...

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