Quiz on Address Translation Question 5

Can you please help me to understand how to calculate it? Thanks!

Imagine a process with an address space of size 16 KB and has been loaded at physical address 64 KB. Which of the following memory slots is closest to the upper bound of the memory space for that process?
D) 16385

Hi @Anne,

Basically, 16385 is a size of bytes that is equal to 16KB. When we multiply 16 into 1024, we get 16384, and the upper bound of this figure is 16385 bits.

I hope I have answered your query; please let me know if you still have any confusion.

Thank You :blush: