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VLSM subnetting (CCNA 4) [duplicate]

I do not understand the answer to this question: I thought it was like this: /24 = 126 hosts /23 = 254 hosts /22 = 510 hosts /21 = 1022 hosts Branch 4 has 850 hosts, am I missing something?? Thanks ...
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Trouble subnetting [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How does Subnetting Work? I have to learn how to subnet by hand for the CCNA exam. And I'm having real problems doing it. I keep getting stuck. Here's an example: ...
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Cisco, How to do a subnetting scheme using VLSM and RIP-2?

I'm studying for my CCNA exam and I have to create a VLSM scheme using RIP-2 for the following requirements: (this is an exercise) Use the class C network 192.168.1.0 network for your ...