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Why does an action cost function dependes on result state in search problems?

Actually your source only gave a deterministic environment example (ToZerind) which may not definitely mean they only consider deterministic environment for the general action cost function which is a ...
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Why does an action cost function dependes on result state in search problems?

You are correct that $s'$ is redundant information in $c(s,a,s')$ for a deterministic environment. However, using the full form of the cost function, that also covers non-deterministic environments, ...
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Why is this vacuum cleaner agent rational?

The table represents the agent function which takes as input the perception sequence In the Vacuum example the rational decision does not depend on the perception sequence, or rather only on the last ...
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