In wireless networks, what type of media access control is used?

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how many bits must be flipped (i.e. changed from 0 to 1 or from 1 to 0) in order to capitalize a lowercase 'a' that’s represented in ascii?

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Write a C program to calculate the distance, in feet, of a trip that is 2.36 miles long. One mile is equal to 5,280 feet.

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12460.799805 feet.

Explanation:

#include //include the libraries

int main()

{   float d,conv,dml; //define the variables

   d=2.36; // set the distance value

   conv=5280; //set the convertion factor

   dml=d*conv; //(result) here, we are multiplying the distance and the factor

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