Match the following 1 the process has finished

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69. match the following 1. The process has finished execution i). Ready State 2. The process being created ii) New State 3. If process uses CPU iii) Terminated State a. 1-ii, 2-i, 3-iii b. 1-iii,2-ii, 3-I, c. 1-ii,2-i, 3-iii, d. 1-iii, 2-ii, 3-i, 70. match the following Set-1 1. The allocator places a process in the smallest block of unallocated memory in which it will fit. 2. begins at the start of primary memory and allocates memory from the first hole it encounters large enough to satisfy the request 3. The memory manager places a process in the largest block of unallocated memory available Set-2 a. 1-A,2-B,3-C b. 1-B,2-A,3-C c. 1-C,2-A,3-B d. 1-C,2-B,3-A 71. match the following
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Set-1 1.Time required for a particular process to complete, from submission time to completion 2. Number of processes completed per unit time 3 .The time taken in an interactive program from the issuance of a command to the commence Set-2 a. 1-A,2-B,3-C b. 1-B,2-A,3-C c. 1-C,2-A,3-B d. 1-C,2-B,3-A 72. match the following Set-1 1. Each process is waiting to obtain a resource which is held by another process 2. processes currently holding resources can request new resources 3. Once a process holds a resource, it cannot be taken away by another process or the kernel . a. 1-A,2-B,3-C
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b. 1-B,2-A,3-C c. 1-C,2-A,3-B d. 1-C,2-B,3-A 73. State whether the following statement is true/false for Mutual Exclusion 1. Mutual exclusion needs to be enforced only when processes access shared modifiable data 2. Mutual exclusion occurs when a process remains inside its critical section for a finite time only. 3. Mutual exclusion is a way of making sure that if one process is using a shared modifiable data, the other processes will be excluded from doing the same thing. . a. 1. True, 2. true, 3. true b. 1. true, 2. false, 3. true c. 1. false, 2. false, 3. False d .1. true, 2. true, 3. False 74. match the following Set-1 1. Read or write the next record or next n bytes of the file. 2. Read or write the record with a given key 3. Read or write the n th record or bytes i through j . Set-2
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