This isn't a homework problem, but I'm going to make it sound like one because I think that's the best way to explain it. An hour-long video on the computer loads 1/3rd of a second of footage every second. The video can be played while it is loading. a)What is the minimum amount you have to wait, if the video has just begun loading, before you can play the whole video uninterrupted (as in, without having to wait for it to load)? b)If you wait 4 minutes, then play the video, how long until the video gets interrupted and requires more footage to be loaded? They are supposed to be tricky because (for example in b) while you are playing the first 4 minutes of footage, more footage will continue to load. And while you are playing that footage, even more footage will load. And so on. I think the solution to this problem is probably simple, I'm just curious on how to do it.