**Suppose** we send **a** pair **of** packets back to back from **the** server to **the** client, **and** **there** **is** no other traffic on this path. **Assume** each packet **of** **size** **L** bits, **and** both links have **the** **same** propagation delay dprop.
**a**.

**There** can only be 3 cases, **rb** > **rl**, **rb** = **rl**, **and** **rb** < **rl**. I will show you **that** only **rb** > **rl** **is** possible.
First, if **rb** < **rl**, this means **that** I can borrow **at** say 3% but I can lend it **at** say 5%.

(e) **Suppose** **that** **the** borrowing **rate** **and** lending **rate** **are** not equal. Instead, **suppose** **that** **the** current six-month borrowing **rate** **is** 8% **and** **the** six-month lending **rate** **is** 6%. What **is** **the** boundary for **the** theoretical futures price?

{S/**N**}q = (**L**^2 q^2 /4)/(q^2 /12) = 3*{**L**^2} {where **L** **is** **the** number **of** levels}
We **are** told **that** **there** **are** **n** = 8 bits per sample so number **of** levels in resolution **of** signal **is**
**L** = 2^**n** = 2^8 = 256 levels
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111816 Total Average Response **Time**, Average Access Delay calculation Calculation Total Average Response **Time**, Average Access Delay calculation Calculation Please find **the** solution below:
**a**) **The** **time** to transmit an object **of** **size** **L** over **a** **link** or **rate**

Another problem **is** **that** **the** bandwidth **of** I/O bus **is** typically lower than **the**
network's bandwidth. For example, **a** typical bus might have **a** 32-bit-wide data path
running **at** 25 MHz, giving it **a** peak transfer **rate** **of** 800Mbps.

These fans either view **a** big game Live (**L**) or **at** Home (**L**'). **Suppose** 15% **of** Penn State fans **are** both Casual **and** watch **the** games **at** Home. If **a** fan watches **at** Home, **the** probability **that** he/she **is** Casual **is** 80%.

power **is** proportional to **the** variance or σ^2 therefore we can say **that** **the** CNR **is** given by (4); impedance **of** **the** **link** cancels as it **is** **the** **same** for Signal **and** **the** Noise.

Determine Vo for [i] Vbb=0, [ii]Vbb=1V, **and** [iii] Vbb=2V Beta = 75
Beta = ic/ ib
Where ic **and** ib **are** currents through **the** collector **and** base **of** **the** transistor.
[i] Vbb=0
ib = (Vbb - Vbe) / **Rb** = 0; Transistor **is** off.

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**Suppose** you **are** trading Forex (Foreign exchange) now, **and** **the** spot price **is** EUR:USD=1.40:1.Â Â