Could someone help me with karnaugh map question?

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Find the minimum sum of products for each function using Karnaugh map. \[f_1(a,b,c)=m_0 + m_2 + m_5 + m_6\] I don't really know how to answer this but I might have an idea but still unsure as if correct.
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so if that is the Karnaugh map that I assume is the correct one... \[f_1(a,b,c)=m_0+m_2+m_5+m_6\]\[f_1(a,b,c)=A'B'C'+A'BC+AB'C+ABC\]

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Since they are not cap letters then I switch them to that I guess.\[f_1(a,b,c)=a'b'c'+a'bc+ab'c+abc\]
but then the answer its incorrect The real answer is : \[f=bc'+a'c'+ab'c\] so erasing that out of my mind, I assume the next newborn box!
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\[f_(a,b,c)=m_0+m_2+m_5+m_6\]
|dw:1442628849033:dw| I assume that's how it is done from tutorial videos I saw.
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out of ideas
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nope, neither that.
@ganeshie8 could you give me a hint? I have no clue hos this is done and I'm trying to figure out a base to stand on so I could work out those problems :[
New Idea/ New try!
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\[f_1(a,b,c)=m_0+m_2+m_5+m_6\]
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wrong nvm
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