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Discrete Mathematics With ApplicationsIn each of 20—28, (a) design an automaton with the given input alphabet that accepts the given set of strings, and (b) find a regular expression that defines the language accepted by the automaton. 22. Input alphabet = { 0 , 1 } ; Accepts the set of all strings of length at least 2 for which the final two input symbols are the same.BuyFind*arrow_forward*

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Chapter 12.2, Problem 22ES

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In each of 20—28, (a) design an automaton with the given input alphabet that accepts the given set of strings, and (b) find a regular expression that defines the language accepted by the automaton.

22. Input alphabet

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