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There is an isolated sector of 1MB which has been infected by a virus. An antivirus program can clean the data of that sector at a rate of 5 kbits in 2^-7 seconds. The behavior of the virus is to replicate itself by 2.5 times per second. (i.e infection of 1KB in a sector will become 2.5KB in 2.5 seconds)


The return type should be an array.
VirusGuard(8*1024*1024,5.12*1024*1000,2.5) should equal to 3.625

What I have tried:

function VirusGuard(sectorzies,cleanrate,replicationrate) {
  var result = [];
  return result;
}

VirusGuard(8*1024*1024,5.12*1024*1000,2.5);
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Updated 25-Feb-23 15:17pm
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Ayesha Madavi 25-Feb-23 21:12pm    
function VirusGuard(sectorSize, cleaningRate, virusReplicationRate) {
const infectedData = sectorSize / 1024; // convert sector size to KB
const virusSpreadTime = 2.5 * Math.log2(infectedData) / Math.log2(2.5);
const cleanedData = cleaningRate * virusSpreadTime;
const timeToClean = sectorSize / cleanedData;
return [timeToClean];
}

console.log(VirusGuard(8*1024*1024,5.12*1024*1000,2.5)); // output: [3.625]

this is the code that I generated, I can't think what Should I change
OriginalGriff 26-Feb-23 0:33am    
And?
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Are there any error messages, and if so, where and when? What did you do to make them happen?

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