Let Z = {(1, b} and let R = (a*) + (Inc) be a regular expression. Prove that there cannot exist any deterministic nite state machine M = (Q, E, 6,...
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Let Σ = {a,b} and

let R = (a*)+(b*) be a regular expression. Prove that there cannot exist any deterministic finite state machine M = (Q,Σ,δ,q0,A) such that |Q| = 3∧L(M) = L(R).

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Let Z = {(1, b} and let R = (a*) + (Inc) be a regular expression. Prove that there cannot exist any deterministic finite state machine M = (Q, E, 6, go, A)
such that |Q| = 3 A L(M) : L(R).

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