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Therr form the uniotr of aII these d*, yielding the set IU,q*,"',QnI' if it does not already Create a vertex for Gn labeled {qt,q*,"',{'} exist. ,{'} with a. and label it 3. ny qy € Flv is identified as a final vertex. 4. If MN accepts ),, the vertex {So} i" Gsr is also made a final vertex' It is clear that this procedure always terminates. ,gi,--'}- Consider rrow any u : ua and look at a walk in G1r labeled r,rrfrom qo to q. There must then be a walk labeled u frorn qo to Q,iand an edge (or a sequence of edges) labeled a liom qt to qt.

101 . ' 1, that is, the language denoted by the regula,rexpression(I-ilI I+)". However, the a,nsweris still incornplete, sirrcrrthe utringu ending in 0 or c:onsistingof all l's a,re una,ccollntedf'or. After takirrg care of these special caseswe arrivc at thc arrswcr 7 : ( r * 0 1 1 *()0- + A )+ 1 -( 0+ A ) . If we reasorr sliglrtly differently, we rniglrt corrrc up with arrother arrswer. Although tlrc two erxpressionskrok rliflilront, both ir,rrswcrs are corl'ect, as they denote the sarne language.

16, /- (d ,l ltrrq minimal dfa's for the larrguagesbelow. In eachcaseprove that the rcsult rs mlnlmal, (*) fI:{o"b"''n}Z,mlll (b) r : {a"h: n> 0} U {b'a : n } 1} (c) I: { o " o: n ,> 0 , r l l 3 } (d)r: {a^:nt'2 andn+41. ffi is deterministic. 3. du,ce fr) Virri*i"e the states in thc dfa depicteclitr the ftrllowing diagram. L has length at lea^strz, then any dfa accepting -L rnust have at least n, f 1 states. 6. Prove or disprove the following conjecture. L, then M : (Q,E,d,go,Q - f') is a minima,l dfa, for Z.

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