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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsIn 31—39, write a regular expression to define the given set of strings. Use the shorthand notations given in the section whenever convenient. In most cases, your expression will describe other strings in addition to the given ones, but try to make your answer fit the given strings as closely as possible within reasonable space limitations. 36. All words that are written in uppercase letters and do not start with one of the vowels A, E, 1, 0, or U but contain exactly two of these vowels next to each other.BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 12.1, Problem 36ES

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In 31—39, write a regular expression to define the given set of strings. Use the shorthand notations given in the section whenever convenient. In most cases, your expression will describe other strings in addition to the given ones, but try to make your answer fit the given strings as closely as possible within reasonable space limitations.

36. All words that are written in uppercase letters and do not start with one of the vowels A, E, 1, 0, or U but contain exactly two of these vowels next to each other.

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