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Consider the $$NFA$$ $$M$$ shown below.

Let the language accepted by $$M$$ be $$L.$$ Let $${L_1}$$ be the language accepted by the $$NFA$$, $${M_1}$$ obtained by changing the accepting state of $$M$$ to a non accepting state and by changing the non accepting state of $$M$$ to accepting states. Which of the following statements is true?

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Consider the following deterministic finite state automation $$M.$$

Let $$S$$ denote the set of seven bit binary strings in which the first, the fourth, and the last bits are $$1$$. The number of strings in $$S$$ that are accepted by $$M$$ is

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MCQ (Single Correct Answer)

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-0.6

The smallest finite automaton which accepts the language

$$L = \left. {\left\{ x \right.} \right|$$ length of $$x$$ is divisible by $$\left. 3 \right\}$$ has

$$L = \left. {\left\{ x \right.} \right|$$ length of $$x$$ is divisible by $$\left. 3 \right\}$$ has

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GATE CSE 2002

MCQ (Single Correct Answer)

+2

-0.6

The Finite state machine described by the following state diagram with $$A$$ as starting state, where an arc label is $$x/y$$ and $$x$$ stands for $$1-bit$$ input and $$y$$ stands for $$2$$-bit output

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