Sum of Product and Product of Sum

I have a doubt it may be stupid though. know that if ∑m (1,3,5,6) then its equivalent POS form is = πM (0,2,4,7) But my doubt is say i need to represent 7, in SOP i write ABC in POS i write (A'+B'+C') ∑m (1,3,5,6) = A'B'C + A'BC+AB' ... then why we say that SOP is complement of POS and why ∑m (1,3,5,6) != πM(1,3,5,6) ? as according to above they seems to be equal.
I have a doubt it may be stupid though. know that if ∑m (1,3,5,6) then its equivalent POS form is = πM (0,2,4,7) But my doubt is say i need to represent 7, in SOP i write ABC in POS i write (A'+B'+C') ∑m (1,3,5,6) = A'B'C + A'BC+AB'C+ABC' if i take complement ... 3,5,6) then why we say that SOP is complement of POS and why ∑m (1,3,5,6) != πM(1,3,5,6) ? as according to above they seems to be equal.

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Oct 9, 2018
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