Q: How to prove the de morgans law for logic?

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No; Demorgan's law is correct - as it's a logical equation, you can simply calculate all the possible results to confirm the theory.

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That refers to two similar laws or relationships in logic, related to opening of parentheses: not (a and b) is the same as not a or not b not (a or b) is the same as not a and not b

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The laws that let you remove or introduce parentheses in logic expressions."not (a and b)" is the same as "not a or not b" and: "not (a or b)" is the same as "not a and not b" Similar in set theory, with union versus intersection. For more details, check the Wikipedia article "De Morgan's law".

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Principle of Duality helps us to find the possible correct boolean expression. "Any theorem or identity in switching algebra remains true if 0 and 1 are swapped and . and + are swapped." Mathematically f(x1,x2,...,xn,.,+,1,0)=f(x1,x2,...,xn,+,.,0,1) Important point to note is that dual of expression different from the complement of expression. Mathematically f(x1,x2,...,xn,.,+,1,0)=f(x1`,x2`,...,xn`,+,.,0,1); i.e. if x1 belongs to positive logic then x1` denotes the negative logic and vice versa. De-morgans law is helps us to obtain the complement of expression.

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