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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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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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Shweta M.
Shweta M.

Factor of 8 is 8=2*2*2 so the factors will be 1,2,4 and 8. Factor of 12 is 12=1*12 it will be like 1*2*2*3 and 1*4*3 so factor will be 1,2,3,4,6,12 Factor of 14 is 14= 1*2*7 factors of 14 is 1,2,7,14

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Abhiraj C.

Subjects : Music Class : B.Tech Board / University : Rajasthan Technical University

Why is the C chord in the Guitar so hard?

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Suhel K.
Suhel K.

Yes, this is a tough chord for beginner guitarists to play because it's spread over three frets, so it requires three fingers to be 'split'. This is hard in the early days of learning guitar as you don't have t he necessary amount of dexterity, flexibility or strength in your fingers yet.

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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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Surya Kant Dutta D.
Surya Kant Dutta D.

One of the way that the world’s ocean affects weather and climate is by playing an important role in keeping our planet warm. The majority of radiation from the sun is absorbed by the ocean, particularly in t ropical waters around the equator, where the ocean acts like a massive, heat-retaining solar panel. Land areas also absorb some sunlight, and the atmosphere helps to retain heat that would otherwise quickly radiate into space after sunset. The global wind patterns cause the surface currents to form in the uppers layer of the ocean. Where these winds blow in the same direction for long periods of time, large currents develop and transport vast amounts of water over long distances. As these currents flow along the edges of continents, they affect the temperature of the coastal regions. Along the east coast of the U.S., the Gulf Stream carries warm water from the equatorial region to the North Atlantic Ocean, keeping the southeast coast relatively warm. Along the west coast of the U.S

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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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Babu K.
Babu K.

In wired networks, the received signal has almost the same energy as the sent signal because either the length of the cable is short or there are repeaters that amplify the energy between the sender and the rec eiver. This means that in a collison the detected energy almost doubles. However, in a wireless network much of the sent energy is lost in transmission. The received signal has very little energy. Therefore a collison may add only 5 to 10 percent additional energy. This is not useful for effective collision detection. Hence CSMA / CD is not used in a wireless network.

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