identify which of the subsequent IPv4 addresses are part of the same subnet.
Problem #1. For each IPv4 network prefix given (with length), identify which of the subsequent IPv4 addresses are part of the same subnet. (You can follow the solution template http://intronetworks.cs.luc.edu/current1/html/solutions.html#solutions-for-ipv4 to structure your answer).
10.0.0.64/26: 10.0.0.125, 10.0.0.66, 10.0.0.130, 10.0.0.62
Problem #2. Convert the following subnet masks to /k notation, and vice-versa: