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41.

A+B+C on a Veitch diagram, work with only one

term at a time until all terms have been

plotted.

First, put an X in the four squares

assigned to variable A, as shown below.

On the same diagram, plot the four squares

assigned to variable B by placing an X in the

four squares, as shown below.

Note that some

squares are already

plotted because of

overlapping.

On the same diagram, plot the four squares

that are assigned to the final variable to be

plotted, variable C, as shown below.

Note again that some

squares are already

plotted because of

overlapping.

Plot the expression A+B+C on the Veitch

diagram below.