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A computer can execute 36 instructions per microsecond. How many instructions can it execute in 4 minutes?
I have no clue how to do this one, because I don't know how much is a microsecond. I need help please! Thanks!
36 x instructions over micro. sec x 1,000,000 x micro. sec over sec. x 60 x sec. over min. x 4 min.'s over 1 = 8,640,000,000
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