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## (Solved) : Program P 24 442 Instructions Mean Average Cpi 23 Run Computer M1 Clock Rate 36 Ghz Runtim Q34401702

(a) A program P has 24,442 instructions, a mean (average) CPI of2.3, and is run on a computer M1 with a clock rate of 3.6 GHz. Whatis the runtime? Then (b) if we change the instruction count in a),above to get P’ with 21,997 instructions and we change the clockrate to 3.4 GHz to get a new machine M2, which will be faster (orslower): P’ running on M2 -or- P running on M1?

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