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1) Consider a virtual circuit packet-switching network. Will the virtual circuit number associated with this packet change at each node when a packet traverses along its path to its destination? If so, why?

2) Consider a time-division switching network. Will this scheme introduce a minimum delay at each switching stage? If so, what is the delay?

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1) Answer: Yes, the virtual circuit number will change along the path because in case of this type of networks a virtual circuit has a distinct number on each link of the path....

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