I am trying to simplify the following equation and I am getting stuck on a line and I can't cut it down any further. I'm not sure if certain 'moves' are legal or not.
F(A,B,C,D) = A'B'C' +ACD + A’BCD + A’BC’ + ABC + AB’CD'
After regrouping I got: A'(B'C' + BCD + BC') + A(CD + BC + B'CD')
I thought right after this you'd get 1 because A + A' is 1 and then after that you would get each term in parentheses leftover as the final expression. Is that right?