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firstly i would like to tell you about the k map layout or index to put value
after filling sop in k map
b>list of all prime implication
14 prime implication
1>A'C'(0,1,4,5)
2>AC(10,11,14,15)
3>BCD(7,15)
4>A'C'D(1,5)
5>A'C'D'(0,4)
6>A'BC'(4,5)
7>A'B'C'(0,1)
8>ABD(13,15)
9>BD(5,7,13,15)
10>ACD'(10,14)
11>AB'C(10,11)
12>ABC(14,15)
13>ACD(11,15)
14>B'D'(0,2,8,10)
c>list of all essential prime implicants
1>A'C'(0,1,4,5)
2>BD(5,7,13,15)
3>B'D'(0,2,8,10)
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Y=A'C'+BD+B'D'
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