FUNCTION TO TRUTH TABLE CONVERTER
Enter a Boolean Expression.
The truth table of F = (AB')'(A+B'+C')+A(B+C'):
SOLUTION STEPS
In Boolean algebra, the complement operator takes the highest precedence. Following that, the precedence is given to the AND and OR operators. Additionally, operations always start with the innermost parentheses.
VARIABLES: Use letters such as A, B, C, x, y, z to represent the variables.
COMPLEMENT: To denote the complement of a variable or term, use the ' symbol to the right. For example, x' means "complement of x"; (x + y)' means "complement of x + y".
AND: There are three alternatives for representing the AND operation. You can use either the . or * symbol between variables. Furthermore, placing variables next to each other implies they are being ANDed. For instance, x.y, x*y, and xy all signify "x AND y".
OR: For OR operation use + symbol. For example, x + y means "x OR y".
Function to truth table converter,
You can use the function to truth table converter in two ways.
You can enter a Boolean expression to the input box and click on the "CONVERT" button. The result and explanations appaer below the calculator.
You can click on the DIE ICON next to the input box. If you use this property, a random Boolean function is generated and entered to the calculator, automatically. You can see the result and explanations below the calculator. You can create your own examples and practice using this property.
To find the truth table of some other Boolean functions you can clear the input box by clicking on the CLEAR button under the input box.
You can copy the generated solution by clicking on the "Copy Text" link, appaers under the solution panel.
Even you can download the solution as an image file with .jpg extension if you click on the "Download Solution" link at the bottom of the solution panel. You can share the downloaded image file.
FUNCTION TO TRUTH TABLE CONVERTER