What are the differences between hard disk drives and solid state disks? (Choose two.)
- Hard disks have a motor and moving parts, solid state disks do not.
- Hard disks can fail due to physical damage, while solid state disks cannot fail.
- Solid state disks can store many times as much data as hard disk drives.
- /dev/sda is a hard disk device while /dev/ssda is a solid state disk.
- Solid state disks provide faster access to stored data than hard disks.