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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsIn 1-3 assume that B is a Boolean algebra with operation s = and ‘. Give the reasons needed to fill in the blanks in the proofs using only the axioms for a Boolean algebra. Universal bound law for +: For every a in B . a + 1 = 1 Proof: Let a be any element of B . Then a + 1 = a + ( a + a ¯ ) ( a ) = ( a + a ) + a ¯ ( b ) = a + a ¯ by Example 6 .4 .2 =1 (c)BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 6.4, Problem 2ES

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**In 1-3 assume that B is a Boolean algebra with operation s = and ‘. Give the reasons needed to fill in the blanks in the proofs using only the axioms for a Boolean algebra.** *Universal bound law *for +: For every *a *in *B*.

**Proof: **Let *a *be any element of *B*. Then

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