Supercomputers can be as small as two computers (even laptops) or as big as a warehouse, or bigger. Supercomputers are used for large and complex mathematical computations. Mainframes are used as storage for large databases and serve a maximum number of users at a time.

What is the main difference between a mainframe and a supercomputer?

A. Super computer is much larger than mainframe computers
B. Super computers are much smaller than mainframe computers
C. Supercomputers are focused to execute few programs as fast as possible while mainframe uses its power to execute as many programs concurrently
D. Supercomputers are focused to execute as many programs as possible while mainframe uses its power to execute few programs as fast as possible.

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