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a) the memory which holds your cell phone's address book. b) the memory which holds the executable code for a medical diagnostic machine. c) the memory which holds variables (not the executable code) used in run-time calculations for an in-flight entertainment system. d) the memory which holds the program for a child's toy (a robot, perhaps).
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