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To make the move to a four-variable Karnaugh map, we are going to double the number of columns found in the three-variable map. And what happens when we halve the three-variable map? We get a two-variable Karnaugh map!

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Computer Organization and Design Fundamentals Series was created as part of the East Tennessee State University’s Open Educational Resources (OERs) Awards Program.

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