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Could someone help me with question 1,2,3?

In these problems, you will analyze a counting problem by proving an eract or approrimate enumeration, or a method to compute one efficiently. Three of these problems wil be marked. 1. How many distinet rearrangements can be made using all of the letters of BOOKKEEPING? 2. Give a recursive formula for the function g(n) that counts the number of ternary strings of length n that do not contain 2002 as a substring. You do not need to find a closed form solution for g(n 3. Give a recursive formula s(n) for the sequence of squares [1, 4,9,16,25,o the form s(n1 as(n) bs(n 1) cs(n 2) where a, b and c are real numbers. You do not need to prove that your formula is correct.
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