True False Ab Ba Yes Give Dfsa Describe Language Otherwise Give String Generated One B Q26570569

. True or false. -(a) (ab)*a = a(ba). If yes, give a DFSA to describe the language. Otherwise, give a string that can be generated by one but not by the other. (b) (atb)-(a+b*). If yes, give a DFSA to describe the language. Otherwise, give a string that can be generated by one but not by the other. (c) If L is nonregular, then the complement of L is also nonregular. d) IfLi cL2 and Li is not regular, then L2 is not regular. (e) IfL L2 and L2 is not regular, then Li is not regular

. True or false. -(a) (ab)*a = a(ba)”. If yes, give a DFSA to describe the language. Otherwise, give a string that can be generated by one but not by the other. (b) (atb)-(a+b*). If yes, give a DFSA to describe the language. Otherwise, give a string that can be generated by one but not by the other. (c) If L is nonregular, then the complement of L is also nonregular. d) IfLi cL2 and Li is not regular, then L2 is not regular. (e) IfL L2 and L2 is not regular, then Li is not regular Show transcribed image text . True or false. -(a) (ab)*a = a(ba)”. If yes, give a DFSA to describe the language. Otherwise, give a string that can be generated by one but not by the other. (b) (atb)-(a+b*). If yes, give a DFSA to describe the language. Otherwise, give a string that can be generated by one but not by the other. (c) If L is nonregular, then the complement of L is also nonregular. d) IfLi cL2 and Li is not regular, then L2 is not regular. (e) IfL L2 and L2 is not regular, then Li is not regular

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