There is a grammar G given:


I just replied to the first question that was about showing that this grammar is ambiguous. The second question is to find an unambiguous equivalent grammar of this grammar given. I don't really know how to do it or from where to start. Can anyone help me?


Your language consists of all words over $\{a,b\}$ which contain $a$. This is a regular language, and so it has an unambiguous regular grammar - essentially a DFA - which is not so difficult to construct for this language. Regular grammars constructed from DFAs are unambiguous, so this would be an unambiguous grammar for the same language.


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