Memory Devices – 73


73. The difference between RAM and ROM is that ________.

(a) RAM has a read/write signal and ROM doesn’t
(b) RAM will lose data when the power is removed and ROM won’t
(c) RAM has random address access and ROM uses sequential address access
(d) RAM has a read/write signal and ROM doesn’t; RAM will lose data when the power is removed and ROM won’t.[E]. All of the above

Answer : (d)
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