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a. Use the languages A = {ambncn|m,n 0} and B =

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Problem 2.2

a. Use the languages A = {ambncn|m,n 0} and B = {anbncm|m,n 0} together with Example 2.36 to show that the class of context-free languages is not closed under intersection. b. Use part (a) and DeMorgans law (Theorem 0.20) to show that the class of context-free languages is not closed under complementation.

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Lecture 4 notes Organization of Nervous System CNS o Brain o Spinal cord PNS o Sensory division o Visceral sensory o Somatic sensory o Motor division o Visceral motor (Autonomic nervous system)  Sympathetic division  Parasympathetic division o Somatic motor CNS o Brain and spinal cord o Houses cell bodies and axons PNS o Neurons traveling to/leaving CNS o Axons only o Exception of cell bodies in CNS are ganglion o Ganglion- only location of cell bodies outside of the CNS  Cell bodies grouped together in the ganglion  Where the cell bodies of afferent neurons are located o Nerves- 100s of axons grouped together with connective tissue Afferent neurons (sen

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