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Give a recursive definition of the set of bit strings that

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Problem 38E

Give a recursive definition of the set of bit strings that are palindromes.

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Chemistry 101 Prof. Jim Attwood Notes for Week 1 Key: Purple—vocabulary words Class 1 What is Chemistry used for  Synthesis of new materials o i.e. Medicine, fabrics, food (fertilizers and pesticides), materials  Changes of Matter o i.e. Pollution Control (removing pollution), Energy (renewable energy sources)  Identity and Concentration of Materials  i.e. Mercury, pH (not until CHEM 102), using nature to create medicine Chemistry: The study of matter in all of it’s forms History—where did chemistry come from  Early chemistry was learned through crafts o i.e. brewing, Tanning, Dying, Alchemy (leadGold)  Practical Aspects (covered in chapters 3,4,5,10)  Originally from Greek Philosophy o Understanding the nature of matter—what makes up everything  Theoretical—what is matter made of (covered in chapters 6,7,8, 9, 11) The Scientific Method (1.18) Observationstry to understand themmake new observationschecknew observationsetc. Significant Figures  All Non-Zero digits are significant o ex—57 (2 sig figs)  Zero’s to the left of the non zero digit are not significant o ex—00057 (2 sig figs)  Zero’s to the right of the decimal are significant o ex—57.00 (4 sig figs)  Large Numbers are usually written in scientific notation so as not to be confused o Ex--11,600 has 3, 4, or 5 sig figs  SOLUTION: scientif

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Textbook: Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications
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Author: Kenneth Rosen
ISBN: 9780073383095

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