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1) The maximum aggregate I/O transfer rate of the system is equal to:
700Kbystes/s + 700 Kbytes/s+ 2* 6.6 Kbytes/s+ 2* 1.2 Kbytes/s+ 10* 1Kbytes/s = 1,400 Kbytes/s+ 13.2 Kbytes/s+ 2.4 Kbytes/s+ 10 Kbytes/s= 1,425.6 Kbytes/s....

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