# Rules of Products

How many rows are there for any logical expression?

containing:

(i) Two (logical) variables? Why is the solution 2^2 ? What would be an example of this?

Determine the number of different (that is nonequivalent) Boolean functions (logical expressions) containing:

(ii) Two Variables? Why is the Solution 2^2^² ? What would be an example of this?

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How many rows are there for any logical expression?

containing:

(i) Two (logical) variables? Why is the solution 22 ? What would be an example of this?

Answer: There are 22 or 4 rows. The number of possible combinations is defined ...

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