BUILT-IN MATHEMATICA SYMBOL

# BooleanMinterms

BooleanMinterms[k, n]
represents the k minterm in n variables.

BooleanMinterms[{k1, k2, ...}, n]
represents the disjunction of the minterms .

BooleanMinterms[{{u1, ..., un}, {v1, ...}, ...}]
represents the disjunction of minterms given by the exponent vectors , , ....

BooleanMinterms[spec, {a1, a2, ...}]
gives the Boolean expression in variables corresponding to the minterms function specified by spec.

BooleanMinterms[spec, {a, a2, ...}, form]
gives the Boolean expression in the form specified by form.

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### Basic Examples (4)Basic Examples (4)

Equivalent ways of specifying the same minterm:

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Specify a disjunction of minterms:

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An equivalent way to specify a disjunction of minterms:

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Return a BooleanFunction object representing the disjunction of minterms:

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Enumerate all minterms of three variables:

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