If the number of bits in the Virtual Address is 16 and the VPN = 10 bits and the Offset = 6 bits: How Many Pages & size of each?

If the number of bits in the Virtual Address is 16 and the VPN = 10 bits and the Offset = 6 bits:

A.      How many pages may be formed in the virtual memory space?

B.      What is the size of each virtual memory page?

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A. The virtual page number can be any number from 0 to 2^10, so you can form 1024 pages
B. The offset within each page identifies each of its bytes, from 0 to 2^6, so each page is 64 bytes long

Essentially you have this (each letter is a bit, 10 for the Page and then 6 for the Offset):


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