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Help solve the following application problem? The Farm Agency is to use only the letters A, B, and C to make tags. Let y be the number of tags they can make using n spaces. What is the formula for the number of tags they can make? y = 3^n Solve the following application problem. What would be the formula if the Farm Agency could use the letters A, B, C, and blank spaces? I can't figure that out.

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