An operating system uses 0 virtual memory but requires the whole program to be in physical memory during execution (no paging or segmentation). The size of physical memory is 100 MB. The size of virtual memory is 1 GB. How many programs of size 10 MB can be run concurrently by this operating system? How many of them can be in memory at any time? How many of them must be on a disk?
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