 In the slides presented February 28, there is an algorithm which takes an integer n and returns a string which is the base b representation of n. The algorithm generates the digits from left to right, in the sense that the most significant digits are generated first. For example, when b = 10, n = 234 generates “2”, then “3”, then “4”. Write an algorithm in Python which generates digits in the opposite order: starting with the least significant digit. So, for example, when b = 10, n = 234 would return “432”. (Note: Do not just copy my program and reverse the string before returning it. The actual generation of digits should happen in the order specified.)

 How many six letter words can be made from the letters a, b, and c?
 How many six letter words can be made from the letters a, b, and c where b may not be the last letter in the word?
 How many six letter words can be made from the letters a, b, and c where any occurrence of b which is not at the end of the word must be followed by another b?
 How many six letter words can be made from the letters a, b, and c where the letter a appears exactly once in the word.
 A team of five engineers and five programmers must be assembled. The pool of qualified engineers is fifteen in number, and the pool of qualified programmers is twelve in number. There is no overlap between the two pools. In how many ways can the team be assembled?
 Consider the product x^{3}y^{4}z^{2}. Without using power notation this can be written as, for example, xxxyyyyzz, or yxyxyxyzz. In total, in how many ways can the product be written out without using powers?
 You have sixteen hats, all identical except their color: There are eleven red hats, three blue hats, and two green hats. In how many ways can these hats be distributed among sixteen people?
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