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QUESTION: 1

Non-Linear grammar has has two non-terminals on the right-hand side.

Solution:

The above stated grammar is non-linear because it has two non-terminals on the right-hand side.

QUESTION: 2

S → SS S → λ S → aSb S → bSa which type of grammar is it?

Solution:

Grammar is non-linear because one of the rules (the first one) has two non-terminals on the right-hand side.

QUESTION: 3

Linear grammar has more than one non-terminal on the right-hand side.

Solution:

Grammar is linear because no rule has more than one non terminal on the right-hand side.

QUESTION: 4

In Right-Linear grammars, all productions have the form: A → xB

Solution:

Right-Linear grammars, following are the form of productions: A → xB or A → x where x is some string of terminals.

QUESTION: 5

S → abS S → a is which grammar

Solution:

grammars in which all of the rules contain only one non-terminal on the left-hand side, and where in every case that non-terminal is the first symbol are called right Linear.

QUESTION: 6

What are the two types of Linear Grammar?

Solution:

Linear grammar is of 2 types Left and Right Linear Grammar

QUESTION: 7

Grammars that can be translated to DFAs:

Solution:

QUESTION: 8

Which Type of Grammar is it?

S → Aa A → Aab | λ

Solution:

In this case they both correspond to the regular expression (ab)*a.

QUESTION: 9

A Regular Grammar is any right-linear or left-linear grammar.

Solution:

As it turns out the languages that can be generated by Regular Grammars is equivalent to those that can be specified by Regular Expressions.

QUESTION: 10

Regular Grammars generate Regular Languages.

Solution:

That’s why they are called regular languages.

QUESTION: 11

Can Left Linear grammar be converted to Right Linear grammar

Solution:

Since right-linear grammars are regular, it follows that left-linear grammars are also regular.

QUESTION: 12

CFG is

Solution:

They are defined by rule A->b where A is non terminal and b is terminal.

QUESTION: 13

The idea of an automation with a stack as auxiliary storage

Solution:

Push Down Automata manipulate the Stack as a part of performing a transition.

QUESTION: 14

Transition of finite automata is

Solution:

Transition of finite automata is Finite Diagram.

QUESTION: 15

A context free language is called ambiguous if

Solution:

When two or more Left and right most derivative occur the grammar turn ambiguous .

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