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MATHEMATIC Section 08 Discrete Mathematics
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The FSM examples (see attached) receive bit strings. What words belong to the language they decide?
In regards to Complexity... Give an example of an unsolvable problem. When researching this all I keep coming up with are "unsolved problems." From
What is a p1 (mod p)? Assume that a and p are relatively prime.
Suppose that a and b are integers such that a is congruent to 12 mod 5 and b is congruent to 3 mod 5. Find the least residue of c such that c is congruent to
Given the recurrence relation a n = a n1 + 2, where a 0 = 3, find the close form of {a n }.
Find the closed form of a n = 3a n1 with initial condition a 0 = 2
We know that {multiplication, addition and complement} is functionally complete. Demonstrate that {NOR} functionally complete.
Given the Boolean Variables x and y, what are the associated minterms? Identify the four functions from Table 3 (see attached) that correspond to each minterm.
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