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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsIn 1 and 2, let ∑ = { x , y } be an alphabet. 1. a. Let L 1 be the language consisting of all strings over that are palindromes and have length ∑ . List the elements of L 1 between braces. b. Let L 2 be the language consisting of all strings over ∑ that begin with an x and have length ≤ 3 . List the elements of L 3 .BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Publisher: Cengage Learning,

ISBN: 9781337694193

Chapter 12.1, Problem 1ES

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In 1 and 2,

1. a. Let

b. Let
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Ch. 12.1 - If x and y are strings, the concatenation of x and...Ch. 12.1 - If L and Lare languages, the Concatenation of L...Ch. 12.1 - If L and Lare languages, the union of L and L is...Ch. 12.1 - If L is a language, the Kleene closure of L is...Ch. 12.1 - The set of regular expressions over an alphabet is...Ch. 12.1 - The function that associates a language to each...Ch. 12.1 - The notation [A-C] is an example of a____ and...Ch. 12.1 - Use of a single dot in a regular expression stands...Ch. 12.1 - The symbol ^, placed at the beginning of a...Ch. 12.1 - If r is a regular expression, the notation r +...

Ch. 12.1 - If r is a regular expression, the notation...Ch. 12.1 - If r is a regular expression, the notation r{n}...Ch. 12.1 - In 1 and 2, let={x,y} be an alphabet. 1. a. Let...Ch. 12.1 - In 1 and 2, let={x,y} be an alphabet. 2. a. 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