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3. In an internetwork, what is meant by the term "Convergence"?
Convergence is the ability of the routers to accommodate as many routing protocols as possible.

Convergence is the ability of routers to accommodate as many routed protocols as possible.

Convergence is the speed and ability of internetworking devices running a specific routing protocol to agree on a topology, after a change has occurred in the internetwork.

Convergence is the speed and ability of internetworking devices running different routed protocols, to agree on specific routed protocol.

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