## PDNF and PCNF in Discrete Mathematics

PDNF: It stands for Principal Disjunctive Normal Form. It refers to the Sum of Products, i.e., SOP. For eg. : If P, Q, R are… Read More »

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PDNF: It stands for Principal Disjunctive Normal Form. It refers to the Sum of Products, i.e., SOP. For eg. : If P, Q, R are… Read More »

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