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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsThe operations of + and −in a Boolean algebra are generalizations of the operation of the operations of ____and ______in the set of all statement forms in a given finite number of variables and the operations of ________and ______in the of all subsets of a given set.BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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The operations of + and −in a Boolean algebra are generalizations of the operation of the operations of ____and ______in the set of all statement forms in a given finite number of variables and the operations of ________and ______in the of all subsets of a given set.

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