Hey,

In in the 20th minute Guy prooves that every f can be expressed as a sum of its minterms.

In the second part, assuming f(v) = 0 (when v is a binary string), Guy claims that for every p in Min(f), the truth assignment for p is 0, hence the sum of all minterms is 0 as well.

But, if p belongs to Min(f) - doesn’t it implies that the truth assignment for p is 1?

We defined Min(f) as the set of all p’s that output 1.

Can you help me understand this confusing part?

Thanks

BTW if I may ask to update the English-Hebrew glossary so we can gain a deeper understanding of the new definition and terms (examples: preimage, minterm, product etc.)