Request to a server, Computer Networking

If a client gives a 4096-byte request to a server located 50 km away on a 1 Gbps fiber optic, then what is the efficiency of
the line during this time? Suppose that the server give a reply identical in size and that it takes 1500 microseconds (1.5 msec)
to compute the reply.

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