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If you were building a computer in outer space, would you be likely to use some form of flash memory or RAM as main memory? Explain clearly and coherently.

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Think about this: What erases flash RAM?
there are no difference between computers on the land and in the space only in volts the things will be changes is hardware because of that difference in volts
we will use RAM of cousre

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@Mohamed7IBrahim You say, "there are no difference between computers on the land and in the space" Then why do they use magnetic core memory in space but not on land?
Now, if the question had asked about secondary memory, it would be more obvious. It is a low pressure environment. Know what that does to a hard drive? However, for main memory, the issues you deal with are generally unavoidable ones.

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