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(6%) A multiprogramming operating system uses partition. The available memory Load A as A is 4096KB. The program A needs 235KB. The program B needs 86KB. The program C needs 1833KB. The program D needs 347KB. If a program is loaded Load C as Cl many times, every load will need an individual memory allocation. (That is, loading program B two times will cost 172 KB). We run programs as the order described in the table. Load B as B1 Load D as D Remove Cl Load A as A2 Load A as A3 (296) After loading Aas A2, how much memory is unused? (296) Can we load the program C as C2 successfully? Why or Why not? (296) If we want to load C2 successfully, what should we do? b. Load C as C2

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