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Need matrix is calculated by subtracting Allocation Matrix from the Max matrix
To check if system is in a safe state
 The Available matrix is $[1 5 2 0]$.
 A process after it has finished execution is supposed to free up all the resources it hold.
 We need to find a safety sequence such that it satisfies the criteria need $Need ≤ Available$.
 Since $Need(P0) ≤ Available$ , we select $P0. [Available]=[Available]+[Allocation(P0)]$
$Available= [1 5 2 0]+ [0 0 1 2]=[1 5 3 2]$
 Need(P2) ≤ Available $→$Available=[1 5 3 2]+[1 3 5 4]=[2 8 8 6]
 Need(P3) ≤ Available$→$ Available=[ 2 8 8 6 ]+[ 0 6 3 2 ]=[2 14 11 8 ]
 Need(P4) ≤ Available$→$Available=[ 2 14 11 8 ]+[0 0 1 4 ]=[ 2 14 12 12 ]
 Need(P1) ≤ Available$→$Available=[ 2 14 12 12 ]+[ 1 0 0 0 ]=[ 3 14 12 12]
 Safe Sequence is <p0,p2,p3,p4,p1>
A request from process P1 arrives for (0,4,2,0)
 System receives a request for P1 for $Req(P1)[ 0 4 2 0 ]$
 First we check if Req(P1) is less than $Need(P1) $→$ [ 0 4 2 0 ]\lt [ 0 7 5 0 ] is true$
 Now we check if Req(P1) is less than $Available $→$[0 4 2 0]\lt[1 5 2 0] is true$.
 So we update the values as:
 $Available=AvailableRequest=[ 1 5 2 0 ] [ 0 4 2 0 ]=[ 1 1 0 0 ]$
 $Allocation=allocation(P1)+Request= [ 1 0 0 0 ]+[ 0 4 2 0]=[ 1 4 2 0 ]$
 $Need= Need(P1)Request=[ 0 7 5 0 ] [ 0 4 2 0]=[0 3 3 0 ]$
 This is the modified table
 On verifying, we see that the safe sequence still remains the same .The system continues to remain in a safe state.