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'BC doesn't make any sense
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THIS QUERY IS WRONG BUT IF WE CAN TAKE 'B AS B' THEN WE CAN FIRSTLY FIND OUT ITS MIN-TERMS AND AFTER THAT WE CAN EASILY SOLVE IT BY K-MAPS

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