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Chapter 12.3, Problem 3ES

Textbook Problem

Consider the finite-state automaon *A *discussed in Example 12.3.1:

a. Find the 0- and 1-equivalence classes of states of *A*.

b. Draw the transition diagram of
*A*.

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