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Assignment 3 Answer questions 17-20 for the ERD shown in Figure Q4.17 on page 141. I am willing to pay the $50 for the assignment, as I am willing to do for all my assignments. Thank you. Jim
can u plese one topic and make a power point for me please Thanks
i need to make a presentation for 4-5 minutes so make around 15-20 slides.Thanks i really need it tom and u try to do it faster tthanks
heyy did u start it if no can u make the topic as iPad and its touch screen, processor and technical specifications. please thanks
heyy did u start it if no can u make the topic as iPad and its touch screen, processor and technical specifications. please thanks around 15 slides
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Mr. Y, Protocol X-Designer, has been told to design a scheme to prevent messages from being modified by intruders. Mr. Y decides to append to each message a hash of that message. Please explain briefly why this scheme does not solve the problem.
hii..i need a power point assignmnent about ipad's touch screen, processor and technical specification, you can put any iformation you want can u make a 15 slide power point thanks
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