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Which type of RAID is striping with parity?

A. RAID 0

B. RAID 1

C. RAID 5

D. RAID 0+1

Explanation:
RAID 5 is similar to striping, except the space equivalent to one of the hard drives is used for parity (error
correction) to provide fault tolerance. To increase performance, the error- correction function is spread
across all hard drives in the array to avoid having one drive doing all the work in calculating the parity bits.

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