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- Canonical conjunctive normal form means in our Digital logic it is Canonical Product of Sum term Form.
- Canonical Disjunctive normal form means in our Digital logic it is Canonical Sum of Product term Form.

$pq+q'r$

Putting in $\text{k-map},$ we will get

$\sum(1,5,6,7)= \prod(0,2,3,4)=(p\vee q\vee r) \wedge (p\vee¬q\vee r) \wedge (p\vee¬q\vee¬r) ∧ (¬p\vee q\vee r)$

**@**AnilGoudar **Canonical** Conjunctive normal form is the **maximized** expression.and Conjunctive normal form is** minimized** expression.

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