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How will you flatten the following function a b and c

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3. How will you flatten the following function?a=bANDb=xOR(yANDc=qORa) a = (x AND q) OR (q AND y AND z) OR (w AND x) OR (w AND y AND z);b) a = (x OR q) AND (q OR y OR z) AND (w OR x) AND (w OR y OR z);c) a = (x AND b) OR (c AND y AND z) OR (c AND x) OR (b AND y AND z);d) a = (w AND q) OR (w AND y AND z) OR (q AND x) OR (q AND y AND z);Answer: aExplanation: Flattening means only two levels which are AND and OR arrays. So, theremust be no intermediate levels. For example, in the question given above, b and c aretwo intermediate signals used. So, first b and c must be solved then only a can besolved. Therefore, flattening will give the resultant shown in option a. It is Booleanequivalent of the first without any intermediate node.c;z);w;View Answer
4. What is the result of flattening of functions?
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5. In which of the following functions, the flattening is difficult?
6. Which of the following is the opposite of flattening of functions?

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