First off, sorry for the overly easy question.
I need to prove this boolean expression using the Boolean logic rules.
(Commutative, Associative, Distributive, Identity, Redundance, De Morgan...)
(a or b) and (c or (not b)) = (a and (not b)) or (b and c)
(a + b)(c + Â¬b) = a(Â¬b)...