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87. Which of the following best describes static memory devices?

(a) memory devices that are magnetic in nature and do not require constant refreshing
(b) memory devices that are magnetic in nature and require constant refreshing
(c) semiconductor memory devices in which stored data will not be retained with the power applied unless constantly refreshed
(d) semiconductor memory devices in which stored data is retained as long as power is applied

Answer
Answer : (d)
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