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Consider the circuit above. Which one of the following options correctly represents $f\left(x,y,z\right)$

1. $x\bar{z}+xy+\bar{y}z$
2. $x\bar{z}+xy+\overline{yz}$
3. $xz+xy+\overline{yz}$
4. $xz+x\bar{y}+\bar{y}z$
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Minimized expression in SOP form is $f$ = $X+Y'Z$

Result of MUX (first one), is, say $f_1 = x\bar z+ \bar yz$
Result of MUX(second one), $f= f_1\bar y +xy$

$\qquad =(x\bar z+\bar yz)\bar y+xy$
$\qquad = x\bar y\bar z +\bar yz +xy$
$\qquad =x(\bar y\bar z +y) +\bar yz$
$\qquad = x(\bar y+y)(\bar z+y) +\bar yz$
$\qquad =xz'+xy+y'z .$

Option A.

Note:

1. $f =I_0\bar S +I_1S,$ for $2:1$ MUX, where $I_0$ and $I_1$ are inputs, $S$ is the select line

2. Distributive property, $A+BC = (A+B)(A+C)$

3. $A+\bar A =1$
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You combined

xy¯z¯ & xy

If we combine

xy¯z¯ & y¯z  we get different answer
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No, you will get the same, steps may increase/decrease in numbers
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Sir, can you please explain how we will get the same one?
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See applying these properties may increase your adrenaline in exam if you could not convert your SOP to desired answer. Better minimize the SOP obtained from circuit and then minimize each min term from options. It will be accurate. :)
if you solve this you will get XY' + Y'Z + XY (this can be simplified to X + Y'Z) with min terms as (1,4,5,6,7)

and option A has the same min terms

so option A is equivalent to XY' + Y'Z + XY

Ans (A)
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need correction ...

its xy+xz'+y'z
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No, XY' + Y'Z + XY is also correct!

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