Which of the following is NOT true about how the CPU fetches data and where it finds information?

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     The CPUs storage area is not big enough to hold everything it needs to process at the same time..
     The data and program instructions the CPU needs are stored in the same area on the computer system.
     The CPU can access the data and program instructions stored in RAM more than one million times faster than if they are left on the hard drive.
     When any program begins to run, the CPU fetches the programs binary code from its temporary storage location in random access memory (RAM) and moves to the CPU before it can be executed..
asked May 25, 2013 in Computer Science by anonymous
    

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The data and program instructions the CPU needs are stored in the same area on the computer system.
answered May 26, 2013 by CS ~Top Expert~ (7,590 points)



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