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## Network Topology Questions and Answers : MCQ 69

MCQ 341:

Hardware-based speculation method for executing programs is necessarily a

1. data flow speculation
2. control speculation
3. anti-speculation
4. all above
MCQ 342:

For disks with more than 200 cylinders, the seek distance is

1. seek time(distance) = a * distance - 1 + b * (distance - 1) + c
2. seek time(distance) = a *( distance - 1)^1/2 + b * (distance - 1) + c
3. seek time(distance) = a /( distance - 1)^1/2 + b * (distance - 1) + c
4. seek time(distance) = a *( distance + 1)^1/2 + b * (distance - 1) + c
MCQ 343:

New topologies that could reduce the number of switches through which packets must traverse, referred to as the

1. crossbar
2. crossbar switch
3. hop count
4. design
MCQ 344:

Big Endian byte order putting the byte having address "x . . . x000" at the

1. least significant position
2. middle significant position
3. registry
4. most significant position
MCQ 345:

Average memory access time can be calculated as

1. average memory access time = hit time + miss rate * miss penalty
2. average memory access time = hit time - miss rate * miss penalty
3. average memory access time = hit time + miss rate _ miss penalty
4. average memory access time = miss rate * miss penalty