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Hint for 1st question : 

ET= IC*CPI*T

For 2nd question: 

MIPS= n / (t x 1,000,000)

now do it....

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may i ask you a couple of question about this assignment,, 1st of all yaar 1st question main apa nay IC k value ko 60*10^6 main change kyn kia,,, time k to samaj aati ha k woh nano seconds main tha but i m really confused k aap nay IC k value k aagay 10^6 kyn lgaya?? can you pelase clear my this querry... hope you will reply soon...

60 million instruction , million is equal to 1000000

Question No. 1:
Find the execution time for a program that executes 60 million instructions on a processor with an average CPI of 1.0 and a clock period of 33.3 nsec.


Execution time = IC * CPI * T
IC = 60 * 10 6
CPI = 1.0
T = 33.3 nsec = 33.3 * 10-9

Execution time = 60 * 10 6 * 1.0 * 33.3 * 10-9
= 1.998

Question No. 2:
Consider a program that executes 200 million instructions in 10 seconds. What is the MIPS rating for this program?


MIPS = IC / ( ET * 106 )
IC = 200 millions
ET = 10 sec
MIPS = 200 millions / (10 * 106)
MIPS = 20

dear its millions instruction per second so ans will be 2 x 10-5 million instructions per second

Question No. 1:

 

Find the execution time for a program that executes 60 million instructions on a processor with an average CPI of 1.0 and a clock period of 33.3 nsec.

 

 

Execution time = IC * CPI * T

IC = 60 * 10 6

CPI = 1.0

T = 33.3 nsec  = 33.3 * 10-9

 

Execution time = 60 * 10 * 1.0 * 33.3 * 10-9

= 1.998

 

Question No. 2:

 

Consider a program that executes 200 million instructions in 10 seconds. What is the MIPS rating for this program?

 

MIPS = IC / ( ET * 106 )

IC = 200 millions

ET = 10 sec

MIPS = 200 millions / (10 * 106)

MIPS = 20

 

 

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