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There are many kinds of networks however this paper will be about networking computers As we move further and further into the paperless society the need for people to be connected and able to exchange data just as fast as they could by handing a paper to someone increases This can be accomplished by having a group of computers connected by a network so that as soon as data is entered into one computer it can be immediately accessed by someone else on a connected computer no matter how far away it may be though usually it is in the same building There is much work involved in this and it in includes a lot of math from equations to basic problems This report will be based around the mathematical aspects of setting up a networkThe first mathematical question in setting up a network is very basic How many computers will be connected to this network and how many guest computers might come on at one time is the question An example of a guest computer is if someone brought a laptop and connected it for a short while to download or access data To find the answer to the question simply count the desktop computers that will be connected and how many guest computers you expect to be connected at one time The second mathematical problem that occurs is best solved using an algebraic equation Let xthe amount of desktop computers that will always be connected ythe amount of guest computers that you expect to be connected at one time So the equation is xy1 The one added on the end of the equation is another guest file just to make sure you dont fall short So this tells you how many files you need to create The guest files will all be generically named so that all guests have the same access privileges and all the permanent computers will have their own named
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