Solving the last of the logic patterns in the hidden room

I don’t know much about this logic stuff but I have figured out that the A means and the V means or and I don’t know what the plus inside the circle is but putting 1 orb in each group seems to have worked. The problem is that I am at the final set of and blocks and I do not have enough orbs to fill all the spaces. I’m guessing I have made a mistake somewhere along the line. Can anyone give me some advise on solving this puzzle? This is in the hidden room area for the Boolean logic trophy.

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Dan Hastings

This one was a total cheat. Having studied this stuff years ago, I had a basic idea how it works. I even googled it so i knew exactly what was going on and I still couldn’t figure it out. Turns out that there is an invert icon on 4 of the orb boxes on the final set. I dont remember a comma ever being used as a “Not” operator, but that is what is used for here. If you look at the final set of orb slots, there is a little comma thing in front of 4 of them. This is an inverter that makes them negative or in other words, “not on”. 



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