What is the difference between Page and Frame?

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Ø In a paging system, programs and data stored on disk are divided into equal, fixed sized blocks called pages, and main memory is divided into blocks of the same size called frames. Exactly one page can fit in one frame.

Physical memory is divided into parts called FRAME and logical memory is divided into parts called PAGE.
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