Memory addressing is covered in the A+ Operating System book. While the term memory in the context of personal computers and motherboards usually mean RAM. Memory addressing indicates the specific location or address in memory where a particular piece of active data temporarily resides. This is not a physical location on the RAM stick of course but a logical location.
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