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# For the alphabet = {'(', ')'}, use the pumping lemma for Regular Languages, to prove that the language consisting of matched parenthesis is not...

For the alphabet  = {‘(’, ‘)’}, use the pumping lemma for Regular Languages, to prove that the
language consisting of matched parenthesis is not Regular. An example of a string in this
language is “(()(()))”.

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Ans: step 1: Let n be number of states in finite automata accepting L
step 2: Let w = (n)n. |w|= 2n &gt; +n. pumping lemma we can write w = xyz where
|xy|&lt;=n and |y|&gt;0.
Step 3: y can be (i...

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