This is a question about the theory of computation.
While I understand that EE probably does not cater to such questions, I will still post it here cos EE has been one of my favorite places to seek online answers to my questions.
Solving any computational problem can be reduced to/expressed as answering the question "does the string x belong to the language L"? where x and L can be described as required.
(have I written the above accurately?)
I can understand how this applies to a lot of computational problems.
I want to know how this would apply to the following computable problem of the following kind
2*3 = ?
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