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Given a language L, etc. Show that the language L is a regular language. To show...

Given a language L, etc.
Show that the language L is a regular language.

To show that the language L is a regular language - find/design a dfa that recognizes the language L.

Given a regular expression r, etc.

What is the language L, L = L(r)?

L(r) is the set of all strings etc.

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Answer #1

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L={ab (a+b)^n} where n>=0}

Every string in this language satrts with ab. So minimum number of states we required to construct a DFA are (2+2) 4.

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