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Using a variable-partitioned multiprogramming memory, which

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Using a variable-partitioned multiprogramming memory, which of the four holes shown below will be used to satisfy a 55 KB program requirement under the conditions of:

0-15 KB 15-65 KB 65-125 KB 125-195 KB 195-245 KB 245-320 KB 320-410 KB 410-470 KB 470-520 KB

occupied Hole A occupied Hole B occupied Hole C occupied Hole D occupied

___ First-fit
___ Best-fit
___ Worst-fit
Question is unclear as to what Hole A, B, C, and D are, or where they are.

The memory ranges stated are, all together, continuous. So I don't know where the 'four holes' are, so to speak, or anything about them.

Please clarify.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.

Its a table that wont copy correctly. Am I able to upload a dcoument? The link here only allows for images,

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
I spaced, here it is in PDF.

Attachment: 2011-12-12_034111_using_a_variable.pdf

Memory Hole A is 50 KB in size, so it is clearly not to be considered. 'Worst fit'.
Memory Hole B is 70 KB in size, so it is presumably the 'First fit'.
Memory Hole C is 75 KB in size.
Memory Hole D is 60 KB in size, so it is the 'Best fit' (for a 55 KB-size memory allocation.)
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