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Mar26-06, 10:37 AM
P: 17
Let [tex]\Sigma[/tex] = {[tex] \beta[/tex],x,y,z} where [tex] \beta [/tex] denotes a blank, so x[tex]\beta \neq[/tex] x, [tex]\beta \beta \neq \beta[/tex], and x[tex]\beta[/tex]y [tex]\neq[/tex] xy but x [tex] \lambda[/tex]y = xy.

Compute each of the following:

1: [tex] \parallel \lambda \parallel [/tex]
2: [tex] \parallel \lambda \lambda \parallel [/tex]
3: [tex] \parallel \beta \parallel [/tex]
4: [tex] \parallel \beta \beta \parallel [/tex]
5: [tex] \parallel \beta[/tex]3 [tex] \parallel [/tex]
6: [tex] \parallel[/tex] x [tex] \beta \beta [/tex] x [tex] \parallel [/tex]
7: [tex] \parallel \beta \lambda \parallel [/tex]
8: [tex] \parallel \lambda [/tex] 10 [tex] \parallel [/tex]

Uhm.. can someone help me out ? I've tried like 3 days now (without progress). Discrete math sux :P
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