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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsLet r, s, and t be regular expressions over ∑ = { a , b } . In 28—30, determine whether the two regular expressions define the same language. If they do, describe the language. If they do not, give an example of a string that is in one of the languages but not the other. 30. ( r s ) * and ( ( r s ) * ) *BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 12.1, Problem 30ES

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Let *r, s, *and *t *be regular expressions over
*. *In 28—30, determine whether the two regular expressions define the same language. If they do, describe the language. If they do not, give an example of a string that is in one of the languages but not the other.

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