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A: IPv6 is 128 bits each while IPv4 is 4 bytes each.
B: IPv4 addresses are binary numbers represented in hexadecimals.
C: IPv6 has 16 bytes for each address in the header while IPv4 only has 4 bytes per each address.
D: Both Include checksum in the header
E: Only IPv4 uses broadcast addresses to send packets to all nodes on a subnet

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Solution: A, C, E

B: IPv4 binary addresses are represented in decimals while IPv6 binary addresses are represented in hexadecimals
D: only IPv4

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