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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsConsider again the finite-state automaton of exercise 2. a. To what state does the automaton go when the symbols of the following strings are input to it in sequence. starting from the initial state? (i) 1110001 (ii) 0001000 (iii) 11110000 b. Which of the strings in part (a) send the automaton to an accepting state? c. What is the language accepted by the automaton? d. Find a regular expression that defines the language.BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 12.2, Problem 12ES

Textbook Problem

Consider again the finite-state automaton of exercise 2.

a. To what state does the automaton go when the symbols of the following strings are input to it in sequence. starting from the initial state?

(i) 1110001 (ii) 0001000 (iii) 11110000

b. Which of the strings in part (a) send the automaton to an accepting state?

c. What is the language accepted by the automaton?

d. Find a regular expression that defines the language.

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