The goal is to reduce the following to one literal So after I expanded it out, i got the following: $$W'XZ'+W'XY'Z+WX+W'XYZ$$
Now from here, I got stuck and didn't know what to do next. So i went and checked the solutions and it gave me $$W'XZ'+W'XZ+WX$$ $$W'X+WX$$ $$X$$
Now I'm just wondering , how the last term in the equation suddenly dissapeared and I was guessing it was the consensus theorem which is something like: $$XY+X'Z+YZ = XY+X'Z$$
But I am confused because I don't know when and what form the equation has to be in order for me to able to use that theorem. If someone could show me the algebraic process to get rid of the last terms, it would be great (for my question, not for the theorem).