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Chapter 6.4, Problem 5ES

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In 4—10 assume that *B *is a Boolean algebra with operations + and•. Prove each statement using only the axioms for a Boolean algebra and statements proved in the text or in lower-numbered exercises.

5. *Complements of *0 *and *1*:*

a.

b.

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