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How to calculate the response time for a response of 1000 characters transmitted over a 2800-character per second data communications line.
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You can calculate the approximate time it takes to transmit.

I'm not trying to sound demeaning, but my 6th grader could figure this out.

If the link can do 2,800 characters per second and you have 1,000 characters.  You would divide 1000 by 2800 which would give you approx. 0.36 seconds.  Now this will not be exact because of other factors, such as protocol overhead.

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