 10.10.1: Show that a circuit family with depth O(log n) is also a polynomial...
 10.10.2: Show that 12 is not pseudoprime because it fails some Fermat test.
 10.10.3: Prove that if A L B and B is in NC, then A is in NC.
 10.10.4: Show that the parity function with n inputs can be computed by a br...
 10.10.5: Show that the majority function with n inputs can be computed by a ...
 10.10.6: Show that any function with n inputs can be computed by a branching...
 10.10.7: Show that BPP PSPACE.
 10.10.8: Let A be a regular language over {0,1}. Show that A has sizedepth c...
 10.10.9: A Boolean formula is a Boolean circuit wherein every gate has only ...
 10.10.10: A khead pushdown automaton (kPDA) is a deterministic pushdown aut...
 10.10.11: Let M be a probabilistic polynomial time Turing machine, and let C ...
 10.10.12: Show that if P = NP, then P = PH.
 10.10.13: Show that if PH = PSPACE, then the polynomial time hierarchy has on...
 10.10.14: Recall that NPSAT is the class of languages that are decided by non...
 10.10.15: Prove Fermats little theorem, which is given in Theorem 10.6. (Hint...
 10.10.16: Prove that for any integer p > 1, if p isnt pseudoprime, then p fai...
 10.10.17: Prove that if A is a language in L, a family of branching programs ...
 10.10.18: Prove that if A is a regular language, a family of branching progra...
 10.10.19: Show that if NP BPP, then NP = RP.
 10.10.20: Dene a ZPPmachine to be a probabilistic Turing machine that is per...
 10.10.21: Let EQBP = {hB1,B2i B1 and B2 are equivalent branching programs}. ...
 10.10.22: Let BPL be the collection of languages that are decided by probabil...
 10.10.23: Let CNFH = {hi is a satisable cnfformula where each clause contai...
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