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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsLet S = {O, 1}, and define operations + and · on S by the following tables: a. Show that the elements of S satisfy the following properties: (i) the commutative law for + (ii) the commutative law for · (iii) the associative law for + (iv) the associative law for · (v) the distributive law for + over · (vi) the distributive law for · over + b. Show that 0 is an identity element for + and that 1 is an identity element for ·. c. Define 0 ¯ = 1 and 1 ¯ = 0 . Show that for every a in S . a + a ¯ = 1 and a ⋅ a ¯ = 0 . It follows from parts (a)—(c) that S is a Boolean algebra with the operations + and ·.BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 6.4, Problem 11ES

Textbook Problem

Let S = {O, 1}, and define operations + and · on *S *by the following tables:

a. Show that the elements of *S *satisfy the following properties:

(i) the commutative law for +

(ii) the commutative law for ·

(iii) the associative law for +

(iv) the associative law for ·

(v) the distributive law for + over ·

(vi) the distributive law for · over +

b. Show that 0 is an identity element for + and that 1 is an identity element for ·.

c. Define
*a *in *S*.
*S *is a Boolean algebra with the operations + and ·.

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