Question: Which of the following correctly describes Direct Access and Sequential Access storage devices?
A. Any point on a Direct Access Storage Device may be promptly reached, whereas every point in between the current position and the desired position of a Sequential Access Storage Device must be traversed in order to reach the desired position.
B. RAIT is an example of a Direct Access Storage Device, while RAID is an example of a Sequential Access Storage Device.
C. MAID is a Direct Access Storage Device, while RAID is an example of a Sequential Access Storage Device.
D. As an example of Sequential Access Storage, tape drives are faster than Direct Access Storage Devices.

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