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Subnetting help

Can anyone help me understand how to do this exercise? It's not homework, it's an exercise to help me with subnetting for my networking class. It's not to be turned in, I just a want to learn how to so this worksheet.
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Mark_Co

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Mark_Co

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Wow. I didn't even read it all but I can tell you really helped me out before I even took the time to read it. If I have any other Q's, will ask. Thanks!
gt2847c

No problem.  BTW, if you're really getting into networking especially with IPv4, memorizing the powers of two up to 2^16 helps.  I thought my professor was kidding when he said that, but he was wasn't.
Mark_Co

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:). I'm just taking an intro networking class. I find it interesting though
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Mark_Co

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hmmm, thanks for the tip