IEC 60062:2016 defines a standard colour code for showing the rating of resistors.

The code comprises up to five coloured bands.

Up to three bands can be used to denote the significant figures.

The next band is the multiplier for these significant figures.

The final band is for tolerance.

Black denotes 0 as a significant figure or 10^{0} as a
multiplier.

Brown denotes 1 as a significant figure, 10^{1} as a
multiplier, or ± 1% as a tolerance.

Red denotes 2 as a significant figure, 10^{2} as a
multiplier, or ± 2% as a tolerance.

Orange denotes 3 as a significant figure, 10^{3} as a
multiplier, or ± 0.05% as a tolerance.

Yellow denotes 4 as a significant figure, 10^{4} as a
multiplier, or ± 0.02% as a tolerance.

Green denotes 5 as a significant figure, 10^{5} as a
multiplier, or ± 0.5% as a tolerance.

Blue denotes 6 as a significant figure, 10^{6} as a
multiplier, or ± 0.25% as a tolerance.

Violet denotes 7 as a significant figure, 10^{7} as a
multiplier, or ± 0.5% as a tolerance.

Grey denotes 8 as a significant figure, 10^{8} as a
multiplier, or ± 0.1% as a tolerance.

White denotes 9 as a significant figure or 10^{9} as a
multiplier.

Gold denotes 10^{-1} as a multiplier or ± 5% as a
tolerance.

Silver denotes 10^{-2} as a multiplier or ± 10% as a
tolerance.

Pink denotes 10^{-3} as a multiplier.

If no band is present for tolerance then it is ± 20%.

Express the minimum and maximum rating for a resistor based on the colour bands.