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Basavesh G.

Subjects : Accountancy Class : Class XI Board / University : Department of Pre University Education, Karnataka

what is accountinf?

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Sandeep Kumar S.
Sandeep Kumar S.

Accounting is the process of recording, summerising and classifying the transactions into usefull information for the stakeholders (i.e. investor, debtors, creditors etc)

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Basavesh G.

Subjects : History Class : Class XI Board / University : Department of Pre University Education, Karnataka

what is introduced of history?

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Aashish D.
Aashish D.

A systematic study of past events in chronological order is called History

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Popi K.

Subjects : Computer Science And Engineering Class : B.Tech Board / University : Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology

Consider the following interleaved memory designs for a main memory system with 16 memory modules. Each module is assumed to have a capacity of 1 M Byte. The machine is byteaddressable. Design 16 ways interleaving with one memory bank.

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Computer Science And Engineering
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Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology
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Jaya K.
Jaya K.

To design a 16-way interleaved memory system with one memory bank, use 4 interleaving bits (2^4 = 16) in the memory address. Each of the 16 memory modules has a 1 M Byte capacity. The address bits 0-3 select on e of the 16 modules, while bits 4-31 address data within the chosen module. This setup ensures even distribution of data across modules, minimizing access contention. A complete 32-bit address is used for data access, allowing efficient access to memory.

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Namita P.

Subjects : Mathematics Class : Class VI Board / University : Central Board of Secondary Education

Question : Tell me the Factors of 8,12,14,16,32,40,49,56,30,20,15,45,35,40,72,88,12,18,42,35

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Md Nasim A.
Md Nasim A.

Definition of Factors: In mathematics, factors of a number are whole numbers that divide evenly into that number, leaving no remainder. Factors of 8: The factors of 8 are 1, 2, 4, and 8. Explanation: 1 divides 8 evenly, resulting in 8. 2 divides 8 evenly, resulting in 4. 4 divides 8 evenly, resulting in 2. 8 divides 8 evenly, resulting in 1. For Any kind of help feel free to ask me your questions

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Kavya S.

Subjects : Geography Class : Class XI Board / University : Indian Certificate of Secondary Education

How does ocean currents affect the climate?

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Geography
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Class XI
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Indian Certificate of Secondary Education
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Miftahul H.
Miftahul H.

Ocean currents play a crucial role in shaping the Earth's climate by redistributing heat, moisture, and nutrients across the globe. Here are some ways in which ocean currents affect the climate: Heat Redistr ibution: Ocean currents transport heat from the equator towards the poles and vice versa. Warm ocean currents originating near the equator, such as the Gulf Stream in the Atlantic Ocean, carry warm water and heat towards higher latitudes, moderating the climate in those regions. Conversely, cold ocean currents, like the Labrador Current in the North Atlantic, transport cold water and help cool down adjacent coastal areas. Atmospheric Interaction: Ocean currents influence the exchange of heat and moisture between the ocean and the atmosphere.

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Sathi B.

Subjects : Computer Science Class : B.Tech Board / University : Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology

Why CSMA/CD is not implemented in WLAN?

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Sangram K.
Sangram K.

CSMA/CD not implemented in WLANs because collisions are rare in wireless, unlike wired networks. WLANs use CSMA/CA, tailored for wireless environments, addressing hidden node issues by avoiding collisions. CSMA /CD's collision detection adds unnecessary overhead in WLANs, where efficiency is key.

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