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what is the size for each of these chip ? I know that when we add 1 bit to the memory we double the size. my question is what is the size for a chip range from (0FFF - 0000) so that i keep doubling when ever I add a bit !

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Those values are obviously in hex: 0FFF = 4095, 1FFF = 8192 and 7FFF = 32767. Since there is a byte at address zero, you have full 4KB, 8KB and 32KB of ROM on the corresponding chip.

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