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Can we claim that Left recursive grammar is equivalent to left linear grammar or vice versa ?

left linear grammar is of the form V goes to VT* , here looking at the production rule it is seen that V (non terminal) is left recursively called in its prodution rule.

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linear grammar have atmost one non-terminal in R.H.S

But in recursive grammar, there can be more than one non-terminal in R.H.S

So left linear grammar is left recursive but vice versa can’t be true
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