UGC NET CSE | September 2013 | Part 3 | Question: 32
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A given memory chip has 14 address and 8 data pins. It has the following number of locations.

  1. $2^8$
  2. $2^{14}$
  3. $2^6$
  4. $2^{12}$
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given A given memory chip has 14 address.

So,Total number of location = 214

 Hence,Option(B)214.

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memory chip is like decoder matrix so, with 14 addresses we have 2^14 locations and each location has 8 bit of data pin.

ryt??
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yes,Right.each location can hold 8 bits.
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