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So i tried turning the following NFA into a GNFA (first attempt).

Please don't ask why i chose to do such a complex NFA on my first try, i just like the challenge i guess?

ab is the concatenation of a and b, the language consists of a, b and c.

$L = \{a, b, c\}$

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I calculated the following to be the Regular Expression of the NFA:

$b^{+}c$ $\cup$ $(((a$ $\cup$ $b^{+}ab)\cup(b^{+}c(b$ $\cup$ $cb^{*}c)))(a$ $\cup$ $cb^{*}ab)^{*}(b$ $\cup$ $cb^{*}c))$

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