Q: What is the boolean expression for xnor gate?

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a ⊕ b = ab' + a'b

If the inputs are ABC. The inputs required to give an output are ABC, AB, AC and BC. Using the Absorption law X + X.Y = X we can remove ABC, the inputs required are therefore AB, AC and BC.

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