Can anyone answer this question:

Suppose that node A is directly connected to node B by a link having bandwidth 10 Mbps. Suppose also that the link is 1km., the propogation delay is 2 x 10^8 meters/sec, and that each transmitted packet has 1000 bytes. Assume no queuing delay. What is the delay between the time node A begins to transmit one packet and the time that the last bit of the packet has been received at node B? What is the total time for A to send 10 packets to B if A transmits continuously? Assume now that there are 3 routers between A and B so that the end to end path is A>R1>R2>R3>B with 4 total links. Each link is 1 km in length. Again answer 2 questions previously posed.

If someonw could help me with this, I would greatly appreciate it. Also if I could see the equaltion used to come up with the answer, that would be very helpful as well.

Thanks!

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