hw03 - 1 No it is possible to compress a file down to 1byte...

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Sheet1 Page 1 1. A.Trojans, or worms B.Hackers C.Computer Crash 2. A.In my opinion if I needed to recover data, I would ship MY computer back to Dell, and have them try to recover the lost m 3. A.We could protect our data by using passwords B.We could protect our data by saving it onto a hard disk and keep it away from everyone else C.We could save the file in a hidden folder
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Unformatted text preview: 1. No, it is possible to compress a file down to 1byte because you can never compress it down to 1 byte 2. No, it is impossible to decompress a 1 byte file because if you have a symbol such as % that would only represent one w o 3. No Sheet1 Page 2 you can never really compress a file all the way...
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