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Megabyte, Gigabyte, Terabyte, Petabyte, Exabyte, Zettabyte...

A - answer With ever growing capacity especially in archive devices you can often find uncommon prefixes in the values of capacity units.

What numbers are represented by these prefixes? (decimal or binary base used in IT):

Kilo- (k)10001
1.000 (1e3)
Mega- (M)10002
1.000.000 (1e6)
Giga- (G)10003
10243 (1e9)
Tera- (T)10004
10244 (1e12)
Peta- (P)10005
10245 (1e15)
Exa- (P)10006
10246 (1e18)
Zetta- (Z)10007
10247 (1e21)
Yotta- (Y)10008
10248 (1e24)

(KB, MB, GB, TB, PB, EB, ZB, YB)

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