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Assertion reasoning question:

Assertion(a) : Let L is recursive enumerable language and problem X is defined as X: Is L=Φ? is not recursively enumerable

Reasoning(r): X violates the condition that says. if L is an infinite set in S, a set of recursive enumerable languages, then there is some finite subset L prime of L that is in S

Which of the following is true?

  1. Both a and r are true and r is the correct reason for a
  2. Both a and r are true, but r is not the correct reason for a
  3. a is true , r is false
  4. a is false, r is true 

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