c. 66.154.11100000.96 Is not allowed mixture of binary notation and dotted-decimal notation d. 220.127.116.11 Yes we can e. 220.196.082.46 There must be no leading zero (045). 6. Find the number of addresses in a range if the first address is 192.168.59.0 and the last address is 192.168.85.70. (4 points) 0.0.26.70 = 70*256^0+26*256^1=6727 The range is 6727 7. List the IPv4 addresses that cannot be assigned for public use?
Therefore frame relay is less expensive and upgrading is easier. 3. Technological advances are only one of many factors that play into how technology infrastructure develops. The social decision to break-up AT&T had a significant impact on the telephone infrastructure. Describe how the infrastructure
Lab 7.2 Is a DIMM or RIMM more expensive, given that both hold the same amount of memory? Why do you think the price varies? Answer: A RIMM is more expensive because RAMBUS holds patent rights to the technology, and the manufacturer must pay royalties to RAMBUS. Summarize why adding RAM offers a performance advantage. Answer: When the system has adequate room in RAM for OS applications and data, it does not need to access slower virtual memory on the hard drive as often, which generally makes for a faster system.
/public C. /migrate D. /span Answer: B When using Mstsc.exe, the /public option establishes a connection to the specified terminal server in a mode suitable for use on a computer in a public place that does not cache passwords or bitmaps. 23. For Internet clients to connect to a TS Gateway server using SSL, the server must have issued a __________ by a source that the client computers
For example, as a protection against power failure, one can design a word processor to write its random access memory (RAM) buffer to disk once every minute. A thread can be created whose sole job is periodic backup and that schedules itself directly with the OS; there is no need for fancy code in the main program to provide for time checks or to coordinate input and output. Speed of execution: A multithreaded process can compute one batch of data while reading the next batch from a device. On a multiprocessor system, multiple threads from the same process may be able to execute simultaneously. Thus, even though one thread may be blocked for an I/O operation to read in a batch of data, another thread may be
ITT Technical Institute ITT Technical Institute Nathaniel Anderson Nathaniel Anderson Unit 8 Short Answer 4.1 Unit 8 Short Answer 4.1 Title: Differentiating Between File Systems Differentiate between File Allocation Table (FAT) 32 and New Technology File System (NFTS). The differences between FAT32 and NFTS is that NFTS is more robust and effective simple because of its advanced features and functionalities. FAT, in general, comprises of overly simplistic data structures, hence making operations more time consuming. NFTS functionalities are far more-over powering since it makes use of advanced data structures to improve reliability, disk space utilization and overall performance. * When it comes to large USB flash drives, the FAT32 file system is the intended primarily used.
There was no standard organizational structure, rather all major functions were performed by one person. George Henderson's focus was more on production and customers satisfaction. 2) Do you think it meets the criteria for an effective compensation system as set out in compensation notebook 1.1 goals of the reward and compensation system (found in the text book page 12). We think that the criteria for the effective compensation system do not meet the goals of reward and compensation system in Henderson Printing because Long (2013, p.11) describes that the reward is one that adds value in organization, considering all the costs which is not seen in Henderson Printing. Long (2013, p.11) describes eight criteria's of goals of reward and compensation system, but in Henderson Printing, none of the criteria was met.
3. (1993): pp 333. http://proquest.umi.com.myaccess.library.utoronto.ca/pqdweb?index=4&did=450202821&SrchMode=1&sid=1&Fmt=3& VInst=PROD&VType=PQD&RQT=309&VName=PQD&TS=1173996380&clientId=12520&cfc=1 Cairns, Alan. “Citizens (Outsiders) and Governments (Insiders) in Constitution Making: The Case of Meech Lake.” Canadian Public Policy. Vol. 14.
* Question 1 1 out of 1 points | | | Consider two individuals, Jesse and April, who hand paint kites and snowboards. Table 3.2 shows how much of each good Jesse and April can paint in one hour. Which of the following is true?Answer | | | | | Selected Answer: | Jesse has an absolute advantage in painting neither good. | Correct Answer: | Jesse has an absolute advantage in painting neither good. | | | | | * Question 2 1 out of 1 points | | | Refer to Table 4.1, which shows Flo's and Rita's individual supply schedules for frozen latte-on-a-stick.