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 What is the subnet if 0 bits are borrowed? 0 What is the subnet if 1 bit is borrowed? 128 What is the subnet if 2 bits are borrowed? 192 What is the subnet if 3 bits are borrowed? 224 What is the subnet if 4 bits are borrowed? 240 What is the subnet if 5 bits are borrowed? 248 What is the subnet if 6 bits are borrowed? 252 What is the subnet if 7 bits are borrowed? 254 What is the subnet if 8 bits are borrowed? 255 How do you find out what network an IP address is on? You can find this out by ANDing the IP Address octet with the corresponding portion of the Subnet Mask When subnetting what do the 1's represent in the subnet mask? Networks When subnetting what do the O's represent in the subnet mask? Hosts What is the formula for determining how many hosts can be on a network? 2 raised to the N minus 2 where N=remaining 0's in subnet mask What is the formula for determining how many networks will be added if an address is subnetted? 2 raised to the N minus 2 where N=total bits borrowed