The macbook computer has about 9,000,000 gagets and in its websites about 80T links
The type of computer you are referring to is a supercomputer :)
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Computers and Technology, 22.06.2019 07:20, Hcalhoun21
Write a pseudocode solution for each of these problems. 1. design a while loop that lets that user enter a number. the number should be multiplied by 10, and the result stored in a variable named product. the loop should iterate as long as product contains a value less than 100. 2. design a do-while loop that asks the user to enter two numbers. the numbers should be added and the sum displayed. the loop should ask the user whether he or she wishes to perform the operation again. if so, the loop should repeat; otherwise it should terminate. 3. design a for loop that displays the following set of numbers: 0, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 100. 4. design a nested loop that displays 10 rows of # characters. there should be 15 # characters in each row. 5. convert this for loop to a while loop. declare integer count for count = 1 to 50 display count end for 6. find the error in the following pseudocode. declare boolean finished = false declare integer value, cube while not finished display “enter a value to be cubed.” input value; set cube = value ^ 3 display value, “ cubed is “, cube end while
Computers and Technology, 22.06.2019 11:30, melissalopez12
Write a function so that the main program below can be replaced by the simpler code that calls function original main program: miles_per_hour = float( minutes_traveled = float( hours_traveled = minutes_traveled / 60.0 miles_traveled = hours_traveled * miles_per_hour print('miles: %f' % miles_traveled) sample output with inputs: 70.0 100.0 miles: 116.666667
Computers and Technology, 23.06.2019 01:40, littlebirdd987
You have a linux system that has a 1000gb hard disk drive, which has a 90gb partition containing an ext4 filesystem mounted to the / directory and a 4gb swap partition. currently, this linux system is only used by a few users for storing small files; however, the department manager wants to upgrade this system and use it to run a database application that will be used by 100 users. the database application and the associated data will take up over 200gb of hard disk space. in addition, these 100 users will store their personal files on the hard disk of the system. each user must have a maximum of 5gb of storage space. the department manager has made it very clear that this system must not exhibit any downtime as a result of hard disk errors. how much hard disk space will you require, and what partitions would you need to ensure that the system will perform as needed? where would these partitions be mounted? what quotas would you implement? what commands would you need to run and what entries to /etc/fstab would you need to create? justify your answers.
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