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9 (Time-constrained scaling) Using the expression for TP from Problem 5.

5.9 (Time-constrained scaling) Using the expression for TP from Problem 5.5 for p = 1, 4, 16, 64, 256, 1024, and 4096, what is the largest problem that can be solved if the total execution time is not to exceed 512 time units? In general, is it possible to solve an arbitrarily large problem in a fixed amount of time, provided that an unlimited number of processing elements is available? Why?

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