When it comes to the best possible security for your wireless router, be sure to use WEP encryption to ensure that your transmissions are unreadable by hackers. a. True.
b. False.


Answer 1


The correct answer to the following question will be "False".


  • Data equivalent protection for Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) is an older authentication and data encryption mode that was replaced with better authentication methods for WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK and data encryption.
  • Only when you select Up to 54 Mbps from the Mode menu will the WEP option appear.
  • WEP can easily be decoded that is why it is not good for secure transmissions.

Therefore, it's the right answer

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b. Asymmetric Distribution

c. SLA Monitor

d. Workload Prioritization



The correct answer is b. Asymmetric Distribution.


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False I know for a fact Windows 10 can display more because the bar is smaller. Could be ten on others tho not sure.

False is your answer.


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The code below returns the number of zeros at the end of n! [factorial n]int zeros(int n){int res = 0;while (n!=0){res += n/5;n /= 5;}return res;}Rewrite this method recursively:6. Write a recursive function that returns the product of the digits of its integer input parameter, n. You omay assume that n is non-negative. For example, productDigits(243) should return 24, since 2 x 4 x 3 = 24.int productDigits (int n)


Answer to 1:

The recursive method is as follows:

int zeros(int n) {

if (n == 0) return 0;

return n/5 + zeros(n/5);  }


In the above code, the zeros() function is a recursive function as it is calling itself. When this function executes, it calls itself. Lets see how this method works.

Suppose n = 10

first it checks if n is equals to 0. As n is 10 so the program flow moves to the next statement:  return n/5 + zeros(n/5); which calls zeros() function again. This recursive function will keep calling itself until the base condition evaluates to true.

Here the base case is when the value of n becomes 0 and the recursive case is the n/5 + zeros(n/5) which keeps calling itself (zeros function) recursively.

Now lets see what  return n/5 + zeros(n/5); statement does.

At first recursive call  

10/5 + zeros(10/5)

2 + zeros(2)

Now here the zeros function called itself again so:

zeros(2) the if condition checks if 2 == 0 which is false as 2>0 So return n/5 + zeros(n/5); statement executes again

2/5 + zeros(2/5)

This basically takes this form:

2+ [2/5 + zeros(2/5)]

2 + [0 + zeros(0)]

The answer to 2/5 is 0.4 but here we are using int for n so the rounded number is 0.

Now zeros(0) will again call zeros() function. Now n = 0 So if condition checks if n==0 which is true. The base condition evaluates to true means the recursion will stop now.

Now what is returned in output finally?

2 + [0] = 2

So this recursive function returns 2.

If you want to see the results of this function in output screen you can write this main() function which takes a number in input and calls zeros() function.

int main()

{int num;



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