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Calculating Parity

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Here is the question, I'm unsure as to how to calculate it:

Suppose the information content of a packet is the bit pattern 101010101010101011 and an even parity scheme is being used.  a)What would the value of the checksum field be for the case of a two dimensional parity scheme?  
b)Your answer should be such that a minimum-length checksum field is used.

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It is a problem from a course I am taking but not my specific home work question.  My question uses a different bit pattern.  I am interested in how to answer the question, not the specific answer.  Is that okay?
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