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I did the truth table for this function, and I get that the output is the not of c.   However, I cannot do the boolean  algebra on this (Or  DeMorgans)  that reduces it to the not of c.

 ( a*b + not(a*c) )  *  not(c)

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Use DeMorgan on not(a*c)
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Then you should have something in the form
(X+Y)*Y which is the same as Y
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