automaton theory, Theory of Computation

let G=(V,T,S,P) where V={a,b,A,B,S}, T={a,b},S the start symbol and P={S->Aba, A->BB, B->ab,AB->b} 1.show the derivation sentence for the string ababba
2. find a sentential form from this grammar
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