Q: How do you write 10 GB in figures?

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It is: 3.8*10^10 in scientific notation

1.4 * 10^10 or alternatively 1.4e10.

Gigabytes are a unit of storage, not a unit of rate. 10 GB per month = 14.2 MB per hour

No, it is not. There are 1000 megabytes per gigabyte; so 10 megabytes is only 0.01 gigabyte, much less than 2 gigabytes.

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One gigabyte is 10^9 bytes, or 1 000 000 000 bytes.

FirstI will compress given video using appropriate software then write it to DVD.

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It is: 3.8*10^10 in scientific notation

10% of 150 gb = 15 gb

Look at it this way: 2000 MB = 2 GB so it would look like this in figures: 938/2000

A gig is an informal abbreviation for gigabyte. i.e. 10 gigabytes can be referred to as 10 gigs.

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10 GB = 1024 x 10 Megabytes 10240 Megabytes = 10240 x 1024 KB = 10485760

== == Thare are 1,024 megabytes in a gigabyte, so 10,240 megabytes makes 10 gigabytes.

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