Cantor’s Paradox demonstrates that there is no “set of all sets”. We know that every
set has a cardinality, and so it’s natural to ask if there is a set of “set of all possible
cardinalities”.
Let X be a set whose elements are sets, and suppose X has the property that every
set is the same cardinality as some element of X. In other words, suppose X is a set
that contains a “representative” of every possible cardinality.
Show that X can’t exist.

### What is the maximum burst size ?

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### What are the (P, B) parameters in b/s and bits for each case ?

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### How many cells were sent by the source in time interval [0, 401] ?

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