Ullman (Compiler Design) Edition 2 Exercise 6.4 Question 8 (Page No. 386)

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$A$ real array $A[i, j, k]$ has index $i$ ranging from $1$ to $4$, index $j$ ranging from $0$ to $4$, and index $k$ ranging from $5$ to $10$. Reals take $8$  bytes each. Suppose array $A$ is stored starting at byte $0$. Find the location of:

1. $A[3,4,5]$
2. $A[1,2,7]$
3. $A[4,3,9]$

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