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To what memory 12 address lines are maped?

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kumar_eee

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A 12 address lines maps to the memory of

[a] 1k bytes 0.5k bytes [c] 2k bytes [d] none

I think, the answer is C [ 2k bytes]...

Is it correct?...
 

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Answer plz

10 address ->1Kbytes
11 address ->2Kbytes
12 address ->4Kbytes
13 address ->8Kbytes

etc...
 

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Re: Answer plz


no its not right
its 4K
 

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Re: Answer plz

don't ask simple qutations like thiss with out knowing basics why u disturbing others.
ok listion me
for " n" address lines 2^n memory
in thiss example 2^12=4k
 

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