At times, there are two equally simple ways
to describe a plot.
For example, in the
Veitch diagram below, it is evident that
there are no groups of four plotted squares.
There are, however, three distinct groups of
two plotted squares.
This plot can be
described two different ways as follows:
The number of terms and the variables are
are equally simple.
Extract a simplified
expression from the Veitch diagram below.