Question 10 One Following Statements Correctly Determines Whether Two Languages 1 L1 N L2 Q30435601

Question 10 Which one of the following statements correctly determines whether two languages are the same? 1. (L1 n L2) + (L1. n L2) accepts no words, so L1 and L2 are equivalent 2. (Lt nL2) + (Ln L2) accepts some words, so Li and L2 are equivalent 3. (LnL2)+ (L:n L2) accepts no words, so Li and L2 are equivalent 4. (Li nL2)+ (L:nL2) accepts some words, so Li and L2 are equivalent

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Question 10 Which one of the following statements correctly determines whether two languages are the same? 1. (L1 n L2) + (L1. n L2′) accepts no words, so L1 and L2 are equivalent 2. (Lt nL2) + (L’n L2′) accepts some words, so Li and L2 are equivalent 3. (LnL2)+ (L:n L2) accepts no words, so Li and L2 are equivalent 4. (Li nL2)+ (L:’nL2) accepts some words, so Li and L2 are equivalent Show transcribed image text Question 10 Which one of the following statements correctly determines whether two languages are the same? 1. (L1 n L2) + (L1. n L2′) accepts no words, so L1 and L2 are equivalent 2. (Lt nL2) + (L’n L2′) accepts some words, so Li and L2 are equivalent 3. (LnL2)+ (L:n L2) accepts no words, so Li and L2 are equivalent 4. (Li nL2)+ (L:’nL2) accepts some words, so Li and L2 are equivalent

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