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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsIn 1 and 2, let ∑ = { x , y } be an alphabet. 2. a. Let L 3 be the language consisting of all strings over ∑ of length ≤ 3 in which all the x’s appear to the left of all the y’s . List the elements of L 3 between braces. b. List between braces the elements of ∑ 4 , the set of all strings of length 4 over ∑ . c. Let A = ∑ 1 ∪ ∑ 1 and B = ∑ 3 ∪ ∑ 4 . Describe A , B , and A ∪ B iin words.BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 12.1, Problem 2ES

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In 1 and 2,

2. a. Let
*x’s *appear to the left of all the *y’s*. List the elements of

b. List between braces the elements of

c. Let
*A*, *B*, and

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