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    using algebra boolean identity giving in the exam which is:
    A+(A'.B)=A+B

    Prove:
    A.(B'+(B.C))=A.(B'+C)

    PLEASE use the identity that is given to prove this!
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    We have A.(B'+(B.C))

    IN the identity A+(A'.B)=A+B let A = B' and B = C then we get

    A . [ (B' + C) ] <==> A.(B'+C)

    Therefore A.(B'+(B.C))=A.(B'+C)
 
 
 
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