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If the time taken by a task to get completed is same in the pipeline and non pipeline circuits, then how the time taken to complete the task in non pipeline =  k* time taken to complete the task in pipeline where k is no. of segments in the pipeline?
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If you take one task and execute in non-pipeline and it's corresponding pipelined architecture having k stages each of equal length then the time taken by both will be same.

If the stage delays are different, then for a single task, pipeline will take more time than non Pipelined one.

But if you consider for a *large number of tasks* then you will understand the difference that time taken by pipelined one is much less.

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