pianowithsam
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Hi, Forum!
I'm currently studying A Level Computer Science (First Year). We've got mocks in January and I'm really struggling with the boolean algebra laws and De Morgan. It just goes way over my head when we look at the questions.

Anyone got any tips on what to do when approaching the questions? Any way of remembering and applying the laws? Any way to make it easier?

Thanks a lot,
Sam.
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Been a long time since i did anything like it but i would go with;
Break the bar change the sign.

Have you been taught about logic gates or just an overview of this is that etc.?

Reading about logic gates might help to ground the idea a bit beter in you head.
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