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Let CNFH = {hi| is a satisable cnf-formula where each

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Problem 7.25

Let CNFH = {hi| is a satisable cnf-formula where each clause contains any number of literals, but at most one negated literal}. Show that CNFH P.

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Author: Michael Sipser
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